it may be your turn signal flasher module. i had same problem, but it wasnt the bulbs, it was the ground/reground flasher module. 15 bucks at napa auto.
try replacing the switch on the driver side fairly easy to do. --- edit --- The main driver side switch is a good "guess", but if you want to actually troubleshoot this issue, there are a number of things to consider. A good wiring diagram or schematic of the system is also essential in doing the job. I have included a link that shows a description of the system and a wiring diagram / schematic.
I have the same problem basically, after looking at the schematic, etc., the only thing I came up with is that the whole turn signal sub assembly must be replaced. I removed the turn signal fuse and its stops, which coincides with the schematic. If the ignition is turned on, the clicking from the flasher will sound, if off, it will not. I hope this helps, replacing the turn signal assembly is not easy, and you should get a manual from an auto parts.
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