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The first place to start are fuses, check your owners manual for location, typically left side of dash.
The emergency (hazard) flashers and turn signals are on separate fuses and run through the hazard switch. If all the lights work when the hazard switch is on then the problem will likely be a blown turn signal fuse.
Other possibilities are the hazard switch itself is bad, the turn signal switch is bad or a broken wire, all of which require a meter (or test light) wiring diagram and knowledge of the circuit to test it - better to have it done.
I believe in your car there are two flasher relays. one for the hazard and one for the turn. the turn is mounted on the steering column, up by the fire wall. Newer models have them both in one relay. and one side can go bad
Hello, this is almost always a bad hazard flasher. the flasher is part of the hazard switch on the dash. sometimes you can push in and out on the hazard switch several times to get them the lights to work. usually replacing the switch will take care of your problem. here is a picture of the switch that is the problem.
When you say you replaced "flasher" I'm guessing you mean the combination turn signal flasher unit. If the hazards "flash" on the 4 way but the turn signal does not you are looking at a turn signal switch type problem. ... If 4way flashers do NOT work you need to check wiring immediately around the flasher unit mounting area.Or change Flasher unit Good Luck.
beeping maybe light on warning instead of key warning. Brake lights go through the hazard and turnsignal switch. Hazards may not be flashing due to bad flasher, but may be turned on. Most likely possibility is hazard switch contact in combination switch (hazard and turnsignal switch in one unit). Unplug the turnsignal switch at the bottom of the steering column and see if the problems go away, and you will know if that is it.