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They are on a different circuit.
Brakes, signals, and emergency flashers are typically on one circuit.
The running lights are usually controlled by the same switch as your headlights. Check the function of the switch, and also for any disconnected wires. Double check your fuses.
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Should be two flasher relays.Easiest way to find them is to turn flashers on and find where the clicking is coming from. They are usually within a few inches of each other.Once you find them both remove the one for the hazard flashers and install it in place of the one for turn signals.If this corrects your issue you will need to purchase another flasher relay.
You will have a fuse box cluster under the dash of the Dakota. Its under the steering column, over near where the e-brake is, the fuzes are labeled either on the back of the box or on the front where the fuze amperages are. I blew a fuze in mine. Just, clip it down from the dash, or look up under, it says radio and there you go, just pull it out and replace with the same amperage fuze and your good to go... Hope this helps.
This vehicle has what is known as a flasher unit, it is a relay assembly under the dash. This is the relay that clicks when your signals are on. it may need to be replaced. Another possible trouble spot could be the wiring in the steering column. Are there any other issues with horn, cruise etc.
Check the flasher first and get back to me.