welcome to hell!!! its an easy fix, the quick cheap way is to replace the signal relay in the steering colum, a more expensive fix, and prob the one you will need to do is to replace the signal swtich intirely. I had it fixed (after triing to replace the relays) by the mechanic, and its been sweet blissfully silent since.
have you checked the fuses?
Burned out bulb Faulty socket and/or wiring/ ground Faulty turn signal flasher Faulty turn signal Switch
signal lights not working.
Do the light keep ticking or is it just the ticking noise? If it is the noise you can find the ticker behind your stereo. You can buy a new one at any auto parts store. For mine there are alot of different ones, so I pulled the bad one out and took it in with me to match it up. Hope this helps.
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel
Just an added update.., all fuses seem to be good with clean connectors. Also the signal lights quit too..
it is behind the glove box, open the glove box, push the glove box catch up, and flip the compartment open, your combo relay is a black relay on the right side, that is where your ticking is coming from, bet thing you can try is to replace it. Mine does the same thing The problem is in the turn signal switch.
you need to change the flasher can for the signal lights
you need to buy a signal lights relay
I am not sure on a ford but i had about the same problem on a GM car i had and it was the turn signal switch i replaced it and all the brake lights worked fine you might try that
Turn signal indicators are lights. The flash to tell you, or indicate, that a turn signal is on, and which way the lights are flashing.
Signal Lights - 1912 was released on: USA: 9 July 1912