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1. Do your emergency flashers work?
Check all your fuses, make sure they are getting a good contact.
If your emergency flashers work, it may be a faulty turn signal switch.
If your emergency flashers work that will eliminate the flasher. The one flasher works both turn and emergency signals.
there are two 1 inch by 1 inch cans in your fuse box these are the emergency flasher and the turn signal flasher; turn on the emergency flasher button and, you will hear the emergency flasher clicking. swap the flashers (they just pull out and, plug in replace the one that doesn't click when activated
You may want to expand and describe what you have looked at so far if anything, fuses, bulbs. It may very well be a blown fuse or the emergency flasher fuse needs replaced. If not, it may require replacing the turn signal indicator ring.
NOTE: This should only be done at a shop, since the airbag could be deployed accidently and cause injury. This job requires removing the steering wheel in order to replace the ring.
So go verify the fuses are good, and especially the Big Silver round one, That is the Emergency flasher fuse. Check your bulbs and connections. If not, then you know what your looking at. Depending on where in the country you are (or what country), as well as your vehicle, but this typically runs between 70 and 100 to replace that ring.
Look in the fuse panel and the turn signal flasher is the big round most likely yellow or silver in the corner of fuse panel. The emergency flasher is in the back side of fuse panel right directly behind the turn signal flasher.
Remove the emergency flasher and install it in place of the turn signal flasher and see if this corrects the problem and if so get a new flasher. If this does not correct it problem will most likely be the multi-function switch.