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I had to take car apart to put in a heater core and after i put it back together I noticed no blinkers and found out that the wires for the emergency lights were loose, if those wires arent hooked up u will have no blinkers
The problem is caused by the emergency flasher unit. This is a common problem and you can find a few youtube demos on replacing it. I did it in about 30 mins. I don't remember the cost but it was stocked at my local chevy dealership. good luck.
Ok this a way different problem than i thought it was first thing to look at is the relays and fuses and connectors to make sure they are not loose, pull them out and reconnect them. Engine running = vibration. Engine not running = no vibration. If thats good your left light blinker may be shorted to your constant power. Your right blinker may have an intermittent open. I looked at turn signal flashers online they are about $10 each, maybe swap em out then return if it does not fix it. It really sounds like a wiring problem though so look at the back side of where the light is connector and tell me what you find if anything