So when I read your initial post I was going to replay with my usual "exercise the hazard switch" but I continued to read on and saw this post. In moving the switch for the hazard function you cleaned whatever dirt/dust that cause the switch to malfunction. This is not necessarily an indication that the switch is destined for permanent failure. I have on my own truck pressed the switch 8 or 10 times when this happened and the switch never acted up again. The fact that the hazard switch is on the very top of the steeting column and the shroud tends to help funnel things into it is the reason.They stopped working altogether. I had no choice but to use the truck this morning and I had to put my hazards on in a parking lot for a couple of minutes due to where I was parked. When I jumped back in, I took off and turned the hazards off. It was then that I realized that the hazards worked...so I tried the turn signals and they both worked again. Problem solved. But I'm not to confident that it won't happen again.