The flasher needs to be replaced. You can get for around $25 at Schucks. Look under the driver's side dash and way up on the left you should see the original green flasher. Pull out and plug in new one. Hard to reach, but definetely a do it yourselfer.
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.
Its changed cuzz there are more radio stations and more radio signals found around the world
Relays. Most RR signals still use relay technology.
On crossing a boundary in the system from where analog signals exist to where digital signals exist. If no digital signals exist in the system then no such boundary exists and no conversion is needed.
check you light bulbs