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Turn signals & hazard lights not working on 2000 Pontiac Montana

I have checked the fuses and they are fine. The lights, break lights and tail lights work fine. I have replace the rear tail light module and connector (a shop recomended I do this or they would for $300) and it is still the same. Is there a fusable link from the stearing column to the light modules? I do not have a shop manual for this vehicle. Thanks for your help.

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It's most likely a relay under the hood, have u checked them?

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