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2003 Toyota Corolla turn signals & emergency flashers do not work

I changed the fuse in the fuse box under the hood designated for the turn signals and flashers but they still don't work. They might work every so often but only for a short period of time. Could it also be a bad bulb? This is for a 2003 Toyota Corolla LE.

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  • karenslehman Jan 09, 2009

    Thanks! Where would the relay switch be located?

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Your right, it could be a bulb or It could also be a case of bad / loose contact either on the positive connection or the groundings due to dirt and others

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Could be a bad relay switch contact. Or bulb contacts. Remove the bulbs and check it with a 12V test light. Aligator clip to any ground and touch the contacts inside the bulb socket.

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