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Indicators do not work they suddenly stopped working yesterday I cant find the relay or fuse use box is does not describe indicator circuit Any help much appreciated

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  • i_sowards Jul 03, 2010

    your fuse box is located under the hood. it should be under a black plastic cover

  • jlbarnes Jul 03, 2010

    Hi, After further investigation I find that the "Hazards" fuse has blown in the fuse box under the steering wheel on RHS. Replacing the 10 amp fuse it just blows again.
    No obvious signs of a short but space and vision is limited. I have removed the casings around the steering wheel and around the fuse box - nothing obvious. I know I should not do this but 15 amp fuse just blows, 20amp does not blow. with 20amp in place indicators each side do not work but hazards do then operate. The rear passenger side indicator does not light but bulb has been tested and is ok. Quickly removed 20 amp fuse as there was smell warmed wiring!!
    Any ideas please
    Regards
    John

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Ther is a relay box under the hood on drivers side and ther is a fuse box inside the car front seat passeange side kick panel left side it's small and esay to overlook.

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