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Cant find a erlay for indicators, is there one?

My blinkers were working now they are not. I cant seem to find a wiring diagram or info on if there are any relays in the fuse panel or under the hood. My hazard lights still work. I dont know about the relays, it may also be a ground from heavy rain we had or possibly the switch is gone. Can you tell me how to find a diagram or also if there are relays. My vehicle is a 93 jeep grand cherokee, 4.0 L -v-6. Thank you for your time.

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Under the dash on the left side is where the relays are. Turn on the hazards and listen for the noise under the dash.

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