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Turning signal and 4-way hazard flasher not working

The turning signals and the 4-way flasher do not work. The 10 amp fuse looks fine; and, when changed with a new one still did not work. Where do I go from here?

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  • Austengirl17 Sep 27, 2008

    Hi



    I also have a 2000 Toyota Sienna on which the the turn signal and hazard flashers are not working. We hauled out the Haynes manual (which is less than helpful in this case) and tried replacing the flasher relay switch. It's not that (although that is the most logical since whatever is going it effecting both the hazard and turn signal). It's also not the fuse...at least so far as we can tell. We checked out the fuse near the relay and also tried to check out the fuse box in the engine compartment...but good luck trying to decipher the little codes on the fuse box map. We just ended up checking them all. Not that. So we are almost to the point of taking the dratted thing into the dealership - which will just kill me. Any ideas?

  • ecrawford30 Oct 28, 2008

    Same problem here...turn signals do not work, nor does the hazard flasher. Checked all of the fuzes--and I do mean ALL. Thanks in advance for any solutions...

  • r2dto68 Feb 22, 2009

    I got the same problem., turn signal and hazard does not work. 10 amp fuse is ok. I need a solution. Thanks.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2009

    I had the same problem and Silver top's suggestion worked for me. Thanks Silver Top.

  • Austengirl17 May 11, 2010

    Thanks for the suggestion silver top. You'll be happy to know that you are exactly correct - that's what was wrong - it was the "other" relay - which, of course, the Haynes manual didn't mention. Sigh. We found this out by taking it to the dealership and $175 later. At least they gave us a full refund on the incorrect relay switch part that we had bought. Hopefully, this will help some other folks. Thanks anyway :-)

  • Coss May 11, 2010

    have you changed the flasher unit?

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The actual hazard lights switch is also a relay and linked to signals left/right try checking this out ?

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The fuse for the flashers is in the cabin, below the steering column (left) and behind the ashtray. It is the top right spot.
It's a 7.5 amp fuse.

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    Brande Mar 22, 2014

    My problem is that I think the wire is grounding out (the new fuses blow instantly and there were recently mice in the cabin). I bought the Chiltondiy online and there is NOTHING on which stinkin' wire to replace/repair.

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    Brande Mar 22, 2014

    Can anyone tell me how to locate and check the wiring?

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I have the same problem. Replaced the flasher but nothing. I see other relays but neither the Haynes or owners manuals don't mention them. Which is the other relay?

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