Question about 2004 Toyota Yaris 1.0
Toyota yaris indicator not working, tried replacing bulb, still not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your sure ALL of your bulbs are good(front and rear)then your bulb check relay is bad its usually in the trunk area,hope it helps have a good dayDB
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Most Auto Part stores like napa or kragen will read the malfunction code for you for free. Once you get that done post the code so we can give you a better understanding on your concern. Oh if your light is flashing please don't drive it that means you are doing immediate damage.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: rear lights not working
Toyotas sometimes have multiple power wires coming off of the battery to fuse blocks. One of these wires may be broken. Electrical schematics are available on-line or in repair manuals. If you don't have one, go to the library and look in the repair manual section.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
If the left turn signal blinks fast and the rear one does not light up (working in a dealership i see this All the time) almost always it is dew to one of the other bulbs that is burned out. in your case the LF one works fast and the LR one is out. You say you already replaced the bulb- but i would recheck that area again-make sure the bulb you installed was the correct one- it should most likely be a 3157 or 1157 bulb- but i dont know off hand it may be a 3156 or a 1156 bulb. If it is the right bulb make sure it is not blown itself.- make sure you did not accidently install the bulb backwards. finally check the socket- make sure it is free from corrosion and make sure the metal is making contact with the bulb. I hope this works. check if there is power ond ground going to the socket if not with a test light to make sure you dont have a broken wire. This failure will not be caused by a blown fuse.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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