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Indicators work intermitently

I have a toyota previa and the indicators work intermitently, stopping and starting as they please. When the engine is on they are less reliable. Can someone please tell me where the relay for the indicators are situated.

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Try the flasher can for your indicators, you should be able to locate this by turning on the indicators then stick your head under drivers side or passenger side dash. should be a small round metal tube case or a coulored box about as half as big as a matchbox. you should be able hear/feel a clicking sound everytime the indicators flash. good luck.

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