According to my info, the indicators & hazards are fused on Fuse 4, in the passenger compartment fuse box, which will be a red 10amp.
It looks like it may be the bottom row of fuses, 2nd from the right, in between a yellow 20a & a white 25a
I can find no listing of a hazard relay, which means it may be a solid state unit maybe built into the body control module. This nowadays is a very common scenario, hence no one knows where it is, lol
Just a silly question, how did you check the fuses. It is not unusual for a fuse to look good, but actually have a fracture in it. Do you have a test light, or even a bulb & some wire?
Fuse listings are good, but cannot be relied on, therefore you are best off checking all of them. Do your fuses have exposed metal bits within the blade?
If so, whilst the ignition is on, put one side of the bulb to an earth point & probe each side of every fuse & check it lights the bulb. Don't be too bothered if a few have no feed at either side, it just means these are switched fuses & until an item is powered won't be live.
Give me a shout if you get stuck & I will try to explain better, but just check every fuse you can see!!
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