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NOTE: Emergency flashers and blinkers usually use a separate flasher unit, but one is close to the other. If your blinkers do not work but your emergency flashers do, find the emergency flasher unit by finding the source of clicking, then locate the blinker flasher nearby. They will ALWAYS be underneath the dashboard on the driver side.
They are on a different circuit.
Brakes, signals, and emergency flashers are typically on one circuit.
The running lights are usually controlled by the same switch as your headlights. Check the function of the switch, and also for any disconnected wires. Double check your fuses.
Hope this helps.
IM NOT SURE.
BUT fix the emergency flasher failure
first using the logic, gee you see its busted,why on fix that and pray.
military doctrine does that too, and then says if 2 things wrong fix the simple one first. (getting lucky save time and dead solders)
10x that if related, and is. ! IMO
noise here,and bad emerg.. kind if same area.
the issue with the emerg. flasher is the contacts can mangle inside
and confuse related circuits. flashers, and warning modules.
The Dakota doesn't use a switch it has what is called an emergency shut down relay, it is relay #3 in the under hood power distribution box. Also the fuel pump relay is located in the same box, it is relay #5. What symptom do you have?