Re: Flashing brake dummy light
Rear brake lights get power from fuse panel to brake switch at pedal to turn signal switch then out to the selected side. The bigger/top filament of the bulb is the turn signal/brake.
Turn signal switch, when selected, breaks the path of the brake bulb power and flasher power is applied from the flasher and fuse panel.
Tailights, the lower/smaller filament, get power from the headlamp switch, brown wire.
Both light functions require a good ground of the socket to bezel to body.
As said about BRAKE light, either the combo switch or the parking brake, and since you have no parking brake switch, read from another thread, and wire is dangling, or tied up, I believe this wire may be the problem. You could always unplug the combo switch to see if the flashing quits.
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