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Cant find a relay for indicators, is there one?

I was wondering if there are any relays for the indicaters or how i can find a wiring diagram for a jeep grand cherokee. none of my blinkers are working but my hazards still work.Also I was wondering where the flasher bulb on it would be interior.

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I take it they come on but wont flash. there should be a flasher located on or behind fuse panel(driver side kick panel)

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