Question about 2000 Toyota Corolla
The indiacator light only works periodically when I turn left. I am assuming the indiactor unit is blown. My husband thinks he can change it but where is it located. thank you.
It could be the flasher unit; they are prone to failure but it could also be a bulb not contacting well in the front or rear on the driver's side.
One of you should check the bulbs visually while the other operates the signal.
When a bulb fails completely, it will cause an obvious malfunction, either fail to blink or blink more rapidly than normal.
A bad contact with the bulb could very well produce the random failure you describe.
If it is a flasher problem, they are often little aluminum cans about 1 1/2 inches in diameter and roughly 2 inches high.
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