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the hazard lights use a different flasher(relay)then the signal lights.you don`t say if the signals work on one side or not,you should check the fuses for the signal lights in the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side.if you put the hazards on and find the flasher then you will know what the signal flasher will look like,it is on the fuse panel and replace they should work.
see if braek lighs work if so check fuse box for fuse or related fuse to that sys tem if its not that you need it ckeck the turn signal switch it self see its is getting power and you don;t have a bad ground to it then the switch is problely bad
tray to check fuse and relay. If both are okay. you can change the light bulb in dash board. Just take out the dash board, remove and replace the bulbs. Make sure fuse is okay. Is the signal light works in the dash board?. Let me know
A Mechanic told me my switch was broken, but the switch was working fine, the lights just stopped flashing. After some research and consulting with a male friend who knows more about this than I, we discovered it was only the turn signal flasher -- a $16.00 part. On the 2000 model, it's located under the dash, on a separate fuse panel I didn't even know was there. It's to the left of the steering column and right behind the main fuse box, but you can only get to it by going up under the dash. The green one is a little hard to get to, but that's the one for the hazard lights. Its easy to see with a good shop light. It's 1" by 1" ish. The turn signal flasher is below the green one. It's black and a little smaller, and much easier to get to. You simply unplug it and plug the new one in. Voila! There are other fuses on this panel -- I'm not sure what they go to, but I intend to find out so I don't waste money replacing parts I don't need to.