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Good job, and good joe to you for solvin it! Now you'll remember that's a common indicator of a burnt out bulb. For some reason I can't explain, that is how a bad bulb acts on the flasher unit - by more rapid clicking (breaking contact inside the flasher relay at a quicker rate). It seems both the front and rear signal lights have to be working for the normal flasher rate ...well good.
this sounds like a " ground " problem in the wiring to that bulb check all wires are not damaged or coroded and that the contacts and connections are good. you need to wiggle them sometimes to resolve it.
Obviously your Flasher is defective or one of the Lamps is intermittent. Federal Law requires the Flasher to quit Flashing if a Bulb is Burned Out or the Circuit to either front or rear has an intermittent connection. Next time it Stays on check the Front Bulb for the side you are indicating a turn. If Both Front and Rear Bulbs are lit then replace the flasher. Flashers do wear out!
It was rather unusual that all of the flashing stopped at once.
The dash lights are usually a good indicator.
If the dash light flash really fast, a bulb is burned out.
To stop flashing completely is usually the sign of a flasher.
I'm very glad this was a simple fix for you. Have a great weekend.