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Check all fuses and bulbs to ensure they are not blown, if all are good replace signal flasher. If signal flasher does not resolve issue, you will have to check wires for power going to and from signal switch, which may need replacing.
below is a link to show what may be involved in replacing switch in similar vehicle. https://youtu.be/n_T4FDzYAAc
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.
eather under the hood, same side of ur car battery just a little above, its big plastic thing pull that off should be marked on plastic which is flasher fuse or check inside just a little left below ur steering wheel
Sounds like the turn signal flasher is going bad. The easy way to find wher the flasher is hidden is turn the turn signal on and find the clicking, that is the flasher. The emergency flashers work fine because they use a different flasher.