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Your problem lays into the directional switch only. The flashers in the car cetainly will not go out at the same time. There are two flashers, one for 4 ways and one for directionals. When a wire to the directional switch shorts out the switch becomes totally inoperatable. This does happen usually from a bad soldered joint from getting to hot
Check the right side turn signal light's front and back could be a bad light bulb, if light bulb are ok then it's going to be the flasher, this part used to be a dealer item, but today we got a flyer from O'reilly auto parts and they started stocking this part, it's call a Hazard switch the flasher is part of the switch.
The flasher is made Into thr hazard flasher switch if the switch is in the dash. This depends apond the year built. If the hazard flasher switch is on top on the sterring collum then the Flashers are in a little panel in the back of the glove box and if you don't look hard the door isn't marker well and is hard to see Both ordinary flashers are in there. The dash Flasher switch is a dealer item. Sometimes (dancing) (switch quickly many times) jogge this type of flasher back to working and some keep working a long time.