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Are you getting a quick awkward sounding blinker when you turn on your signals? Are the rear turn signals working? If you answered yes to either of those I would start first by checking the bulbs. The turn signals are a double filament bulb and thus the same as the parking/driving light bulb. So either the wrong bulb (single filament) has been installed is in there or it has burned out. Check your bulbs first and repost if that is not the issue.
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.
The relay is built into the hazard switch. It could be that or the turn signal switch. Try the hazard switch first (it's relatively cheap). If that doesn't do it, you'll have to replace the turn signal switch, which involves removal of the steering wheel and airbag.
Its common for the sockets to burn up. If you installed and the lights are still coming on. The issue is the hazard light switch is bad. If it were me I would replace the burnt socket anyway since it has been damaged and replace the hazard lite switch too.