Did this start since the bulbs and sockets were replaced or did it happen before? As far as the flasher, there are two. One is for the signals and the other for the hazards. The turn signal is behind the dash on the right side of the steering column and the hazard is on the left.
Keep in mind, the front bulbs should be a dual element light. So, the parking lights could be on if the headlamps are on.
Also, reading through the first paragraph above, I need to confirm something because I'm not sure I understand. You indicated, ". I am getting power to all the turn signal bulbs now but one of the issues has not been fixed. The rear hazard lights work like they are supposed to, but the turn signal illuminates and does not flash."
Do the flashers work on the rear but not the turn signals? I ask because you say everything is fixed but you still have one issue. Sorry, I need to know if the rear hazards work, do the signals work, and if the brake lights work. The brake light bulb is the same as the turn signal. I want to confirm the signal is complete to the bulb. However, if the rear hazards work, the fuse should be good because the brake lights get power from the same fuse.
If you look below, I attached the wiring schematic below for the exterior lighting and highlighted a few things for you to check. As far as the ground, there are several different ground locations for the lighting. Note that the hazard light and the turn signals both have different power supplies, so confirm the fuses are good and they have power.
Take a look through the schematic below. See if there is anything that is helpful.
Let me know.
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Thursday, June 2nd, 2022 AT 7:21 PM