Question about 1990 Toyota Corolla
Blinkers work randomly. Have been advised that it may be the "blinker can". Does this sound correct or could it have a number of causes? If it is the blinker can, do I need to remove the dash to replace it and is it an easy job? In short, would I be wasting money buying a blinker can and trying to do the job myself (pretty hopeless myself) or should I just take it to an auto electrician?
If the flasher ("blinker can") was bad, It would be rare that it would work intermittantly. We rarely change the fashers, they are pretty reliable. My suggestion to you is to check your turn signal switch. If the signals are not flashing, cycle the switch back to center & left/right; hold it in the "on position".... Do the lights the start to work? if so, replace the turn signal switch.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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