Question about 1993 Nissan Maxima
Most lkely cause of this is either a fuse for the blinkers or the relay which controls the blinketrs, I would be more inclined to check the relay first. this is a small box that plugs into the fuse box, inside it has a small electro magnet, this is the noise you here when you indicate, the clicking noise. if it is not making that noise then it can only be really the trealy or fuse. one other possibility is the wiring but if you have not had any faults previously that will be unlikely.
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