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Have no indicators, or hazard lights, have replaced the two fuses that were blown, I have power to both sides of fuses but still nothing working. is there maybe another fuse I am missing, it's a hilux 4x4 ln106R model.

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    how do i replace the fuse



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Sounds like a bad flasher-they do occasionally go bad where they actually cause the turn signal lights to stop working all together.

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Replace the flasher relay. Located Front seating area, driver side, under dash, driver side of steering column, mounted in relay bracket. Courtesy: Auto Zone.

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