Yep, one for the signals and one for the emergency flashers.
Possibly a defective Flasher Relay. Replace the relay.
If the fuse is good and the bulbs are good, replace the flasher relay.
Aren't they different flasher relays
You may want to check the brake lights.Everything runs through the multi-function switch.(the turn signal switch)
The flashers are located on the top of the steering wheel like they would be in a 2005 Chevy trail blazer.
The signal flasher and the 4-way flasher are both located behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox above the trans hump in floor. The plastic lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
The hazard and signal flashers are located behind the plastic lower dash panel, aprox under the radio. The lower dash panel must be removed to gain access to the flashers.
There are two flasher relays side by side. One is for the signal lights, the other is for the emergency flashers. They are the same relay so you can swap the two and see if the problem your having changes when you try to operate them.
Both the emergency and signal flashers are behind the plastic lower dash panel aprox under the radio. The panel must be removed to gain access.
You need to remove the plastic lower dash panel to expose the signal and 4-way flashers. They are located aprox under the radio behind the lower panel.
behind the glove box the flasher on a 1997 blaser is between the stering wheel and the lighter you have to take off the dash face its behind that That's exactly where I found it. I would like to point out that it's the bottom part of the dash. Once pulled, you will see two flashers just left of the where the cigarette lighter is. The one on the right is for the blinkers (I assume the left is probably hazard lights). A quick test to find out if it is the flasher, or just a possible burt out bulb is to see if the hazard lights work (since they are usually on a different flasher).