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1997 sunfire, Electrical problem with signals and defroster

My signal lights, hazard lights and rear defroster has stopped working all at once. I have checked the fuse panel located on the drivers side of the dash board and I didn't find any blown fuses. What else could I check to resolve this problem?

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Check but there should be a relay box under the hood located driver side or in the front of the car

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