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Do you have a test light or volt meter so we can do some tests?
We would be checking the hazard switch. The power for the turn signals runs through the hazard switch. So we would start there to make sure it's going out where it should be. Since the hazards aren't working properly I am suspecting the hazard switch is causing the issue, but it would be nice to test it out and see.
I mispoke, this one is new enough that the body control module is running the signals to the lights. It also has the flasher relay in it. There are a couple fuses under the dash you can take a look at, #14 and #19. If they are good then in all honestly it would be best to have it checked with a scan tool. The signal switch and the body control module use signals to turn the signals on. They can easily be diagnosed with a scan tool and then you could perform the repairs yourself to save money.
Sorry for the confusion.
It is kind of a strange issue. Is the air bag light on when you are driving it?
Ok sometimes a bad spiral cable for the air bag can cause these types of oddball issues. If it's not on then it's not the problem. I just don't see the switches fail very often so I am thinking you may have a problem with the body control module.
One sec, I can get a diagram of it I believe.
It's mounted below the fuse box. Check and make sure you don't have any moisture in there.
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