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My electronic Flasher got stuck and is not coming out when I try to pull out. How can I take it out. Do I have to open something else?

I did try to take my electronic flasher out as it is not working very good. So it seem it got stuck and don't to come out when I pull on it. Do I have to open something else to take it out?

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Normally tight with the pins you need to prise it a little

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SOURCE: Flashers don't work, emergency and turn

you may have a blown fuse. that would be where i would look first.

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I got 1990 Toyota Camry v6 and my electronic flasher is not coming out. I did pull it, but it seem it got stuck. How can I take it out?

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Fig. Removing the steering column cover for access to the flasher


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Fig. Early style flasher system: dual flashers mounted on junction (fuse) block. The turn signal flasher is the lower of the two; hazard flasher is the higher one

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Fig. Combination flasher location (1) on fuse block (2) (later models)


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