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You might have a bad relay. Locate the relay in the fuse/relay box. Use the diagram that's usually located on the inside or back of the cover. When you find it, look at the part number usually located on top of the relay. Look for another relay in the box that has the same part number. Switch that relay with the one you want to test. If the problem goes away then replace the relay.
The quad driver in the ecm operates the higher amp draw for certain relays and solenoids one of them is faulty or there is a short to ground in the wiring.You will have to locate a wiring diag. and figure out which quad driver is the bad one and see what it controls.There should be at least 2 quad drivers maybe more and they would be numbered in the diag.
the turn signal/ hazard flasher is located midway down your steering colum but not all the way near the knuckle mounted on the inside of the cowl above the drivers feet. should either be a 323 or a 525 part number flasher, you could always upgrade to a electronic flasher instead of a thermal flasher. part number should be el12. all these products are made by wagner.