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Turn signals & emergency flashers not working-fuse is ok

(1998 Toyota Corolla)
in Fairfax, VA on November 14, 2009
turn signals and emergency flashers will not work-fuse is ok-repair shop said emergency flasher relay is bad-can't find the relay
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on June 11, 2010
where is the flasher relay at
on November 17, 2009
If they diagnosed it, you should try replacing the relay. This will cause this problem you describe, so it's worth a shot.
on February 15, 2013
where is the relay located
on April 24, 2010
I need to put a flasher fuse in, where is it
on July 19, 2010
it's mostly in the left side of the engine compartment for toyota inside the fuse box
on July 12, 2011
i replace the flasher fuse the car would not start why?
on July 19, 2010
then must check the power in the relay terminal, there should be two terminals powered by battery voltage one should be always other with ignition on. if these check ups are find replace the flasher relay. still the problem is not solved do continuity test from the flasher down stream terminals to signal switch.
on July 12, 2011
icat find the relay no wear wat should i do
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