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Blinkers and hazards normally work on the same fuse. Sounds like the hazard switch has a problem.Get the hazard switch out and bridge the two connector wires to the switch. If the hazards then work the problem is in the switch.If it don't work you may have a problem in the wiring between the switch and the flasher relay.
Assuming that you've checked the regular fuses, have you checked the relay for the blinkers? If not, one way to do so is the switch the relay for the hazard lights with the relay for the blinkers and see if that solves the problem. If it does, replace the relay so you have both blinkers and hazard lights.
Most GM the blinkers and flashers have seperate relays. But if see your flashers work you know the bulbs are good. So there is one thing out of the way.
The turn signal relay should be a two prong relay on the interior fuse panel. The hazard relay would be one with three. The hazard relay may be on a "convienience" center which is usually tucked way up under the dash.
Have you checked to see if the bulbs burned out? Also check the fuses/relay for your blinkers.The owner's manual for vehicle will let you know where the fuse and relay boxes are.Make sure all wire connections are connected properly and that the turn signal switch is in good working condition.GOOD LUCK!
if your fuse is good. and you have power at the brake light switch and when you hit the brakes you have power coming out the otherside of brake light switch/which would be the white wire/ check that the white wire is sending power up the turn signal switch. if theres power there and your turnsignals work? im afraid that your turnsignal switch is bad rare but it has been known to happen.
try checking the Relay in the fuse box under the hood, and there is also one up under the dash, if you dont hear the relay click with you put power to it then pop it out then try a new one. a lot of times it could be the relay but you still get power to the fuse. cause the relay clicks closed and locks that way. if not that check for power at the blinker, take the bulb out turn the blinker on and see if there is a voltage change there if not then it could be a bad ground or line under the hood.
If you can turn the blinker on left or right and the light comes on but doesn't blink......Open the drivers door, there is a fuse box, On the side of the dash.. The relay willl be a small silver canister looking relay in with the fuses.. put your finger on it and turn the blinker on.. you should feel and hear a click...( With the key in the on position ).. That is what needed replaced if it doesn't keep clicking...Thats the turn signal relay... What makes it blink.......Hope this helps..
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