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There should be a turn signal flasher and a hazard flasher. They are two different parts. If you replaced the hazard flasher and not the turn signal flasher than I would start by replacing the turn signal flasher.
One thing you can do once you find the turn signal flasher is to unplug it and use a jumper wire between the two pins of the connector then turn the key to the run position and place the turn signal lever in the left or right position. If the turn signal lights know light up than the turn signal flasher is the problem
It's generally about 2 hours of labor plus the cost of the relat. The dealer will charge around $150/hour for labor and around $85 for the part. So, you're looking at around $400. You can do this yourself- it's not difficult but is time consuming to get the dash off (and back on). Here is a good write up on the process: http://www.audiforums.com/forum/audi-a6-9/replacing-turn-signal-relay-156565/
The first thing is to replace the flasher, the 4ways and signals use diffrent flashers, after replacing the flasher or changing it with the 4way flasher and see what happens. if this doesnt help then you may have a bad signal switch, a good trick is to turn on the signal and watch it as you move the lever around, pull back a little or lift it more and pull down a little, sometimes the switch contact goes bad and by moving the lever without take signal off will make it flash and if that happens then the signal switch is bad even if the 4ways work this still means a bad switch, the 4ways are wired through diffrent contacts then each signal, good luck.
I Think your turn signal switch is most probably faulty. So that, you will need to replace it. Please, check the video below. It shows the operations to replace the turn signal switch. I think that the operations are quite similar in most modern cars. Good luck!
How to Easily Replace a Turn Signal Switch - Clio 2 and other Renault/Dacia
Try replacing your turn signal flasher relay, very cheap part (around $2) and can be bought from just about anywhere that sells any type of auto parts. Also check your fuses.
If replacing the relay doesn't remedy your problem, take a voltmeter and test the socket the relay plugs into. Make sure to turn your turn signals on before this test or else it will read 0 on the voltage meter. If you are getting no power there, you are going to have to dig further into your dash and trace the wires to your turn signal switch. If you have to go this far, also check for voltage at the turn signal switch/lever (on your steering column).
i had the same problem had to replace the turn signal switch....GM for some reason wired the brake lights through the turn signal switch. to check if this is the case with yours. put some pressure on the turn signal lever as if you were going to turn on your brights and press your brake pedal and see if the lights work at that point that is how i found mine. hope this helps. if indeed they work with pressure on the turn signal lever. the new switch cost me $60 at autozone and that is with the steering wheel radio controls, make sure you get the proper switch should be part# sw771 if you have the radio controls on steering wheel and you will need a steering wheel puller and lock plate compressing tool.
Sounds like a failure of the combination switch (the lever/stalk assembly with the headlight lever and turn lever on it). You have to remove the airbag and steering wheel to replace it. It's not a terribly difficult job, but you do have to take care with dealing with the airbag. You can buy the new switch assembly from www.ecstuning.com or www.purems.com for a little more than $150.