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Prius turn signal doesn't work

The turn signal flasher is not working

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SOURCE: turn signal & 4-way flashers

Hi dwilley58....Replace the flasher unit....
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Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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SOURCE: turning signal and 4-way hazard flasher not working

the actual hazard lights switch is also a relay and linked to signals left/right try checking this out ?

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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SOURCE: 91 toyota corolla left turn signal stays lit up al

If the right side signals are working properly and you can hear the signal flasher clicking when the right side signals are selected, the flasher is not the problem. Its more likely you have a short to ground in the left side wiring somewhere.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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SOURCE: On a 1999 toyota Solara all flashers work; but turn signals don't

flasher reley is pooched
there are 2 of them under the dash
1 for emergency and 1 for turn

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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Yes your right the emergency flasher switch is the flasher and located in the middle of the dash and it has a triangle on it with a point up and a ! in the middle. It's dark red in color and when depressed lights up red and flashes ( if it's working like it's supposed to ) If the fuse for hazard is blown the flasker won't work on turn singal either. The fuse for the hazard is hot all the time and the turn fuse is only on with the key. You might find that when you find the button and push i thaqt the turn signals work normally and after you find why the flashers doesn't work on hazard then the hazards will work too.
with the hazard switch poped out of the dash ( it just pries out) it'll have lot's of wires one will be hot all the time and another will become hot when you turn the key on. the other wires go to the turn signal switch. If you find that the switch works fine and it still does flash on turn but it does flash on hazard with it on as a hazard go around and look at all of the lights. They have to work on both the frontand the back and the indicators in the cluster ( speedometer head ) If they all work and are bright ( not dim light the running light) The hazard switch is bad as it's the flasher is made into it.

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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