Step on the brakes and see if they light up in the rear. Turn on the T/S and see if the front's light at all. If the rears light with the brakes the bulbs, wiring form the T/S switch and rear ground are good. There is a chance that the grounds for the front T/S are bad or the bubls. I assume you 've checked the flasher and the fuses.
I checked Fuses and all are good. Brake Lights come on when pressing brakes and all lights come on when I turn on the lights. The signals only do not work when I turn them on. Niether the front or back will flash when turned on but if I turn on hazards all signals flash
check the fuse holder for corrosion. I had that same problem on a car several years ago. Power went through the fuse , but not into the circuit. cleaning the clips that hold the fuse solved the problem.
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