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The owners manul has a layout of the fuses, Ford is bad about not labeling their fuse boxes. check all the fuses, get a test light and learn to use it. with a test light, you can check every fuse in minutes without taking them out., and also that they are getting power in the first place. See if you can find the "turn signal flasher" since the 4 way flashers work, you know all the wiring and bulbs are good, thats a good thing you checked. the flasher may be at the fuse box, or put the 4 ways on and fing the clicking flasher, it should look just like the 4 way flasher. you can even swap them and see if the turn signals start working.
Do your fourway flashers work? This problem is likely a burned out flasher unit. Generally this is an easy item to fix on any car. On your dodge it might be somewhat harder. You will need to consult your user manual to find the flasher location.
Check to see if the emergencey flashers are turned on,and they do not work.In other words,if the flashers do not work,and the flasher button is on,the lights would not work unless the brakes are applied.Also,check for a fuse to be out.
You just remove any obstruction, such as plastic covers. Locate the belt, and remove/loosen applicable bolts. Depress or loosen tensioner as required. Replace belt, tighten all bolts. (got any manual?)