Check the fuses first of all. I think the Durango has two flashers as well, one for the hazards and one for the signals so it could be a bad flasher.
Could be the flasher unit.
The Durango should be the same as a Dakota. Only one flasher for both signals & hazards. Located in fuse box on left side of dash. Look on inside of cover that you take off & it will tell the location. Usually at the bottom of the fuse panel
Well I personally have a 2000 Malibu LS and have had the same troubles random clicking noises when signals aren't on then no signals or random signals. The problem is your hazard relay switch, it is located in your dash board very easy abd cheap fix.
Need to know the year, make and model vehicle. If the signals are still working, turn on the signals and follow the clicking noise until you locate the flasher.
Probably the Electronic Flasher. These ,when the fail,will allow the Signals and/or hazard lights to work intermittently. The flasher is the same for both the signals and hazards.
Start with the easy fixes first. Check your fuses. If your fuse that is labeled for the turn signals is not blown, then it is most likely the combo switch in your steering column that your turn signal switch is connected to.
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Relays. Most RR signals still use relay technology.
A clicking noise from the dash on a 2003 Mercedes Benz might be the flasher for the turn signals. Sometimes the flasher will make a clicking noise if it is about to go out, to let the driver know it is time to replace the flasher relay switch.
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Dodge Durango turn signal relay locationThat relay is on a hidden panel, behind the interior fuse panel you access by opening the driver's door. You get to the hidden panel from under the dashboard, and it will be the 5 pin relay at the very top of the panel. I replaced this relay on my 2000 Durango to restore the turn signals just yesterday.
check you light bulbs
Check the fuse. If OK, change the flasher unit.
Might be turn signal flasher
The 1990 VW Jetta turn signals will not work when the ground wire is broken or corroded. The turn signals may need the lightbulb's replaced.
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Check the bulb it is double filamented with the smaller being for the stop and turn signals
turn signals won't work. changed all the bulbs. Hazard lights work. 1999 Chrysler Sebring hardtop
There is a relay under the steering wheel
Voice signals are analog signals, whereas computer signals are digital .
probably have a bad relay, that was my problem.. Are your turn signals not working, but your hazards lights are? and if so, do you hear a constant clicking sound, like your turn signal is turned on? Does the clicking sound go away when you hit the brakes? It is the relay.
Sounds like a bad ground somewhere..steve