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I had this problem with my car. Is ur hazzard flasher working? if they are working and the turn signals are not working. Try replacing the hazzard light switch. If the hazzard are not working then the combination flasher unit is bad. its what controls the signals and flasher.
The actual engine assembly will fit but you need to determine if there were any changes made between the two years in the computer or wiring harness. Also make sure that both engines have the exact same transmissions as sometimes the bellhousing patterns are different. I'm pretty sure yours is a direct replacement though, providing both engines are the same displacement..Most scrapyards have an interchange manual that may help you. (they have to know these things...it's their business)
There is a vacuum leak under the hood somewhere. Check the vacuum at the speed control servo. If there is no vacuum on the line with the engine running, follow the line to find the leak. The vacuum reservoir is mounted under the battery tray. I would look in that area after confirming no vacuum at the servo.
The lights are designed to come on when you activate the wipers, this is because most often, state law dictates that you turn your lights on while driving in the rain, no matter the time of day. This way you don't have to remember to turn them on.
The turn signal switch is a multifunction switch which is comprised of the headlights, wipers, turn signals and all the other stuff that is controlled via the stalks and switches that are mounted on the steering column, you can check with your local auto parts store to see if they can get the assembly from an aftermarket source, this will be cheaper than the dealer. Also you can check eBay for new and used ones. Get a part number by calling the dealer about the part and see whats available online. Also Chryslerpartsdirect.com is an online site that sells direct from the dealer but at a deep discount, the parts are mailed to you. Best of luck!