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Blinker flasher problem

This is driving me insane...for some reason my blinker system is making that clicking sound continueosly....whats weird is that the left and right signal lights work fine but there after the clicking continues...sigh...what could be the problem?

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Theres a fuse in the fuse box it might help to change it i would look like a round metal peace so try that

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