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Turn signals stopped working,have changed fuse,not that anyway as hazards still working? toyota corolla 1992

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  • ianhollingwo May 04, 2010

    according to handbook its the same fuse for the hazards and the indicators so surely the hazards wouldnt work either if the fuse was blown?

  • ianhollingwo May 04, 2010

    according to handbook its the same fuse for the hazards and the indicators so surely the hazards wouldnt work either if the fuse was blown?

  • ianhollingwo May 04, 2010

    according to handbook its the same fuse for the hazards and the indicators so surely the hazards wouldnt work either if the fuse was blown?

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Hazard and flashers are 2 seperate systems

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  • kerry littleton May 05, 2010

    if they are useing the same fuse , then the flasher unit is probably at fault. the hazard and the flasher units have always been seperate

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