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Turn signals and hazard flasher stopped working in my 2000 Toyota Sienna. Checked fuses and both are good. Is the relay the only other likely problem? Thanks!

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  • rwvayo May 02, 2010

    clay58 - thanks for the response. Unfortunately, I replaced the flasher relay on the upper left of the fuse panel under the dash (a real nightmare to get to) and still no turn signals or hazard flashers. HELP!

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Yes, you are on the right track. More than likely it is a defective flasher relay as one relay controls turn signal and hazard flash. The flasher relay is located behind the left side of the instrument panel.

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  • NOT ME May 02, 2010

    Remove the fuse and check it with an ohm meter. It may look good but actually be bad. It the lights are coming on but not flashing it is the flasher. If they are not coming on at all, then there is no power. Other that that I can think of no other reason they would not work.

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