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Indicators on 95 corolla xl not working

Hazard lights are working

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Faulty hazard switch.

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SOURCE: indicator lights not working on 1990 toyota camry but hazard ligh

fit a new flasher can, check fuses, if still not working may need new indicator switch assembly

Posted on Apr 17, 2010

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SOURCE: My 1994 corolla hazard indicators and horn stopped

their is a secondary fuse for the horn/ hazard like circuit in the engine bay, front left hand side. i think from memory it is a 20amp blade fuse

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

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