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It sounds as though they are being activated b your key fob. If you do have a key fob that you can use to lock/unlock the doors, the hazard (directional lights) come on as a signal for you. Do you hear a beep at the same time as when the hazards come on? If so, then that could very well be your problem. Sometimes the "lock" button on the fob can be accidentally triggered when it is in your pocket. If you look in your vehicle manual under Remote Lock, there should be a sequence that you have to enter on the key fob that will shut off the hazard part.
Your and all hazard light systems works hot all the time mean works even car is off!! you may have problem with your electrical system good idea to get check by electrical specialist! its can be simple worn fuse or relay but right trouble shooting save you money and time!
Your vehicle only has fuses behind the glove box. But since your central lock button is also inop. The your solution is to replace the switch assembly, it comes with both the hazard switch and the lock/unlock button. The removal of the switch assembly is pretty simple. it just pops up with some plastic body tool to pry on it.