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Turn signals use what is called a flasher to regulate the speed at which the lamps turn on and off. Usually mounted in the fuse box. I have attached the replacement model for a 1996 Roadie. Should take all of 15 seconds to replace.
It is sometimes a indication that you have a bulb shorting out and needs replaced. Have someone help you check all your lights to make sure they are all working. If one is out, this should solve your problem.
I don't have your wiring diagram, but often, the turn lights and the flasher circuit use two different fuses, so it is not surprising that one would work and the other doesn't.
On a car this old, you are looking not only for burned fuses, but also corroded fuses. Pull the fuses out and examine them for corrosion, and clean their sockets.
Sometimes turn signals will not blink if you have a bulb out (insufficient current flow to trigger the blinker circuit) so if you have a bulb out on each side, that could cause both sides to fail to blink.
There are 2 separate flasher relays. 1 for the turn signals and one for the hazards. I believe you have a bad flasher relay for the turn signals. The location of that is in the front seating area on the drivers side, under the dash on the drivers side of the steering column, mounted on support bracket. I provided a picture of what it should kind of look like although the picture I gave you is an aftermarket one so the color and such may be a little different but will look the same. Don't get it mixed up with the hazard relay which is located in the front seating area on the drivers side under the dash above the kick pane lmounted on top of the convenience. I am almost 100 percent sure the flasher and hazard relay are the same so if you want to just swap them out in order to have turn signals that should work. You won't have hazards however. I hope this helps you and good luck.