Here is the wiring diagram of the turn signal / hazard switch:
On top of the switch there are 4 contacts that move when the hazard button is pushed. This routes power through the hazard flasher and all the lights, it also opens the turn signal flasher circuit. Because the switch moves 4 contacts, it's not a simple hook up to bypass it. That being said, it's not impossible to accomplish. You would need a DPDT relay. One pole would be for the regular turn signal flasher and the other for the hazard flasher. You would take the power from the hazard flasher and route it through the relay, bypassing the hazard contacts, and through diodes tie it into the Lt Blue, Dk Blue, Yellow, and Dk Green wires. The other pole would be for the regular turn signals. When the relay energizes, it would open the T/S circuit and close the hazard circuit. I could draw a wiring diagram for you if you'd like to try it. How are your wiring skills?
[This message has been edited by seajai (edited 08-25-2014).]