Question about Car Audio & Video
Behind the cover on the left side of the instrument panel- driver's side- you have to have the driver's door open to remove the cover.
Might be wiring issue. Look for your vehicle in this database.
You'll have the color codes for your vehicle there.
Found some other information:
It's likely that the relay is not working. It should be behind the emergency indicator switch. Try this switch to see if indicators work, if not activate it several times as there might just be a bad connection. If still no joy then you will need to prise out the switch (carefully to not damage trim) and renew the relay.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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