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The blinker relay is getting worn out. It's right behind the hazard lights switch. Pull off the black trim around the radio, hazard, ets, and the relay is write there. Next time the blinkers stop working hit the hazard button or hit the trim just above the hazard lights button. Mines been doing it off and on and I just hit the trim above the hazard button and they start blinking again. Never have time or remember to get a new relay.
Could be the wiring near the rear end of the bronco on the underside. my left rear blinker went out, so after tinkering with it for hours, I noticed the hazards and blinkers are seperate wires altogether. i'd get the blinker working and my hazards would be out. well i don't know if that helps at all, but thats what my problem was, trial and erroring my lights.