Q: Blinkers flash irregulary and then stop

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My car is having trouble with the blinkers (both of them). When I flip the right or left blinkers, they click and flashes 2 to 3 times and the clicking is irregular, and then stops. Other times when I use the left or the right blinkers, neither will turn on at all. The flashers work fine. I wanted to make sure, so I turned them to check if a light was out, but they are fine. In your assessment, what is causing this?

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