OK! The reason you are have problems finding what you are looking for on your 2009 Doge Journey is because they simply do not exist on your vehicle. Here's the rundown:
The hazzard switch has a little computer module built into it. When you turn it on, it does not turn on the hazzard flasher like back in the day...instead, it sends a digital signal to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to tell it that you are requesting the hazzard lights on. The PCM then decides if it is going to let you do this. If it determines that it is OK to turn the Hazzard lights on, it relays a digital message to the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) and the Totaly Integrated Power Module (TIPM). The IPC then turns the indicators in the instrument panel on to let you know the hazzard lights are on. The TIPM then turns the exterior lights (turn signal/hazzard lamps) ON and OFF to "flash" them.
Just another of the MANY
things that the manufacturers are doing in an effort to FORCE
you to bring your vehicle to the dealership for repair. Please check out this web site: RIGHT TO REPAIR
Anyway, to put it real simple - you will need a computer scanner to find out what is wrong with your hazzard lights.