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Can't find the turn signal thermal flasher

1998 Dodge Dakota, flashers work and brake lights work but turn signals do not. I bought a new 2 pin thermal flasher relay --- but I cannot find where this thing is located. I've looked in fuse box both in dash by the driver's door and under the hood --- also looked under the dash by the steering column -- could not find it

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