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You likely have a sticking hazard signal relay or hazard switch. Try turning on the left or right turn signal then depressing and releasing the hazard switch a few times. If the lights begin working you probably have / had a sticking switch. They don't get used often and this is not uncommon. Also could be relay. Thats a cheap fix and easy to locate. Should be with fuse box or near it.