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2002 Toyota Avalon XL - The turn signals and emergency flashers blink a few times and then quit, about half the time. They are turned completely on, not to the lane change pressure point. When they quit, both the inside green turn arrows and the outside lights quit. When they are working, all lights are working. If I turn them off and back on, they usually flash indefinitely. This has been happening for more than a month. The car battery was replaced a couple of weeks ago but had no effect on this.

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Most likely is the electronic turn signal flasher unit. When it is working listen for clicking noise it makes that will make you aware where it is under your dash. Try parts store or dealer to buy unit.

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