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There's a "flasher" control. On the older cars it used to be a small cylindrical shape usually found under the dashboard between the steering wheel and the drivers door side. I couldn't tell ya what they look like, today or if it's been combined with other controls.
follow this steps.God bless you When you turn the ignition ON before starting the car, the "Check
engine" light is supposed to come on indicating that the engine computer
(also could be called ECM, PCM, or ECU) is powered on. If the "Check
engine" light does not come with the ignition ON, it's possible that
there is no power coming to the engine computer (e.g., due to a broken
wire, faulty main relay, burnt fuse, etc.) or that there is a problem
with the engine computer itself.
Ther is no fuel door light in a 06 Corolla.
What you see on the dashboard is an arrow to indicate fuel door is on the drivers side. Of course once you fill up the first time you know which side it is on. Very handy if you rent a corrolla.