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When you turn on the right blinker does the indicator light come on? It could be a faulty turn signal switch. The turn signals are routed through the hazzard switch, sometimes you can switch on and off the hazzard switch several times and the turn signals could start working again...Hey it's worth a try..
look for the hazzard /4 ways switch. see if this is where this ticking is coming from. if so slowly move the turn signal switch . if it stops or changes, you have a bad turn signal switch. the hazzard and the turn signals operate through the hazzard switch..it has a built in relay.hope this was helpful
Relay switch behind steering wheel needs to be replaced. YOu must get it from the dealership or you will blow a fuse with the generic brands from auto part store. Had this happen to me, its about 30 dollars
There are 2 common things that cause this. 1. the hazzard flasher is faulty. the hazzard button and the turn signal flasher are all in one. Sometimes pushing the hazzard button in slightly will get the noise to happen, and is an indication it is faulty. 2. The turn signal switch in the steering column is bad. Turning the turn signal from left to right- very fast and harshly, will sometimes clear it up for awhile. Tech JK --------------
Sounds like you have a Direct Short inside the Sterring Column. If you Tilt the Wheel you should get almost the Same Result. Not an easy fix, You will have to Pull the Steering wheel and Replace the Turn Signal Unit.