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The fuses would be the #10, 15 and 21 in the instrument panel fuse box. You will want to check for power at both sides of them with the key on.
The Turn Signal Flasher output is provided by the Lighting Control Module, which is located behind the LH side of the instrument panel. There are no separate relays for Turn Signal Flasher output aside from the LCM.
It is under the dash. You don't want to replace it without checking the switch first. If it is the turn signals and the hazards, then I would think it is going to be a fuse. Let me see if I have any tests for it that you can do while your there.
Here are the steps for replacing it and some pics.
REMOVAL CAUTION: Prior to removal of module, it is necessary to upload module configuration information to New Generation STAR (NGS) Tester. This information needs to be downloaded into the new module once installed.
I see that Autozone does list one for that vehicle. However, the data base is telling me,
I don't remember seeing any flasher on them in that year, (or newer) but it would be around the steering column if there were one.