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Turn on the hazzard warning lights and you should hear a clicking sound comeing from your. fuse panel. it should be comeing from the flasher. The car runs 2 flashers one for emergency use wich is your hazzard lights and one for your everyday turn signals. the flashers look exactly the same but one flasher could be behind your fuse panel. in most cases one is behind your fuse panel. this is more than lickly your problem is that your flasher whent out this is a compleatly normal thing to happen on vehicles and it will only cost arond $15 to buy the new flasher
I would pull out your hazzard switch and clean it real well. the signal, brake lights are connected to the hazzard switch and if it doesn't fully disengage you wont get the brake lights or the flashers to come on. It happened to me on my 89 Raider last year.
Sounds like a short in the steering colume, maybe the turn signal switch, or a wire that the insulation got wore thru in the colume. Unhook break light switch and try the turn signals and hazards again and see what happens, maybe you can isolate it that way. Also if you havent done it already chk.the sockets in tailight housing for corrosion and bear wires, or anything, even ground wires.