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97 4RUNNER ALL MY TURN SIGNALS STOPPED WORKING TODAY? OTHER THAN A FUSE WHY WOULD THEY BOTH STOP AT THE SAME TIME?

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Could be the flasher unit relay under the dash (steering wheel side),,,should be a 4 pin relay id say,,,

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Your turn signal flasher when out it is located in the fuse box and is a round looking thing replace it and they should work for you again
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Battery voltage supplied to the body control module (BCM) from the fuses listed below is used for turn signal and hazard lamp operation.
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fuse 34, see that?
login to alldata.com and read the BCM diagnose page.
see fuse 34 , the hot all time fuse to BCM... its blown,

fuses blow to prevent a fire. so do not be tempted to put in a bigger fuse. or you get,. yes, BOOM (4th july)

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