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If its not on a fuse panel maybe plugged into female plug taped to wiring harness under dash board.
Check the light sockets for dirt or corrosion for back up lights make sure you have good wire connections also to sockets.
My rig is a 1990 p32 and the turn signal flasher was a silver cylinder about the size of a quarter located near the fuse panel under the dash mounted on the firewall above the area of the headlight highbeam foot switch.
TT = 2007 Jayco Jay Flight 27bh TV = 2006 F-350 CCLB DRW 6.0
On my 97 Adventurer under the hood, rightside is a block of 12v fuses and a strip of 5 relays. When I activate my directionals, the first relay (L to R) clicks in unison with the lights blinking. Hope this helps.
1997 F53 Adventurer 37rw
IAFF L-792 (Retired)