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There may be separate flashers for the Emergency 4 ways vs. the turn signals left or right. Try to replace the flasher for the turn signals located under the dash on the driver's side. That's the way my 1990 Cadillac was, and it may be the case for you.
the turn signal mulifunction switch failed. You will need to replace it. This is a common failure. Also you have a blinker relay somewhere. Get someone to replace it. I dont know where its located on your model. Do this first.
there should be no fill hole for a manual trans if you are speaking of the slave cylinder for the clutch its on the fire wall near the brake master cylinder.in fact it looks like a minature master cylinder.
Well if it isnt the fuse or the blinker relays then it is gonna be the multifunctional switch. This controls your headlights, blinkers, hazards, cruise control, and wipers. To find out if this is bad turn the if=gnition on and turn a blinker on then depress your hazard switch, if the start to flash then the switch is bad and needs replaced. About 150 at a parts store. And the blinker relays are located under the drivers side dash. One on either side of the steering column. Look for a little silver round relay that is about 2 inch in diameter...should day 552 on it. The hard to reach one is on the right side of the column and is towards the back tucked in a little.