Okay, so I went wheeling the other day and ever since my turn signal intermittently clicks. I did get the cabin a little wet. It operates at normal rate if I engage the turn signal (left/right) or put on the flashers. And the intermittent clicks stop if I step on the brakes.
I've pulled the electronic T/S control module and dried it out.
I have also tested the ground wire and it checked out.
Thinking it odd that the brakes would cause the noise to cease, I pulled the cruise control module that connects to the brakes. The clicking continued (since the brake module was disconnected).
Now I've read other forums where it's a problem with the turn shifter/wiper module and contacts connecting. But I'm not convinced since why does it stop if I step on the brakes? My IDEA is that there possibly is a ground occurrence from the brake lights, since on my Cougar, if my cruise control module became disconnected my brake lights stayed on and if I stepped on the brakes my turn signal would go crazy because I had a powerful amp grounded to the same as my rear brake light.
Any suggestions, cause I'm at a loss and will be traveling back to school tomorrow.