I have my Haynes manual in front of me and this is what it says...i typed it quickly so ignore the spelling mistakes
: (i have the illustration infront of me)
The illustration says: The turn signal and hazard flashers are mounted on the back of the convenience center on the 1993 models- in the interior fuse/relay panel on later models.
Turn Signal/hazard flasher-check and replacement:
Warning: These models are equipped with airbags. The air bab is armed and can deploy anytime the battery is connected. To d\isconnect the negative battery cable whenever working near the airbag components.After the battery is disconnected, wait at least 2 minutes before begining work (the system has a back up capacitor that must fully discharge)
The turn signal/hazard flasher is a small canister shaped relay that flashes the turn signals and hazard warning lights when either switch is activated. On 93 models, two separate units are mounted on the back of the convenience center located under the dash on the drivers side.
When the flasher unit is functioning properly, an audible click can be heard during its operation. if the turn signals fail onj one side or the other and the flasher unit doesnt make its characteristic clicking sound, a faulty turn signal bulb is indicated.
If both turnj signals fail to blink the problem may be due to a blown fuse, a faulty flasher unit, a broken switch or a loose or open connection. If a quick check of the fuse box indicates the turn signal fuse has blown, check the wiring for a short before installing a new fuse.
To replace the flasher simply detach it from its electrical connector and plug in the new one.
Make sure the replacementis identical to the original. compare the old one to the new one before installing it.