1991 corsica flashers work turn signals dont

turn signals started to get slow like a bad flasher.. replaced the flasher and no difference..no the turn signals dont work at all but the four way flashers do..i just checked every bulb in the tail lights and
front end and all work..even replaced a few that looked old.. ive heard this may be a grounding problem but wouldnt that affect the flashers too??.. any ideas??i,m about to try another flasher now.. thanks in advance..
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i replaced one that was just left of the steering wheel...where would the second one be and are they similar looking??the one i replaced was next to a square relay of some sort..sorry but no chiltons manual here..thanks GW
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Should be under there too. On some GM's there is another fuse block type thing they call a "convenience center" under the other side of the dash (above/behind glove box) but I'm not sure on Corsica. GW
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I TRYED A NEW FLASHER AND ALSO ONE OUT OF MY 92 ASTRO(WORKS IN THE ASTRO)..also checked what i think is the rear ground(on inside wheel well??looked good but undid it and cleaned it anyways.)any idea where the front ground would be??i looked around trying to trace the harnes but if its not an obvious place , it may take a while...another person(GW THANK YOU) mentioned two flashers..any idea where the other would be?.also the problem started with slow flashing then back to normal then slow again til nothing..hope that sheds some light? thanks 451
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