How do you remove and replace a signal light relay for a 2003 sienna?

Asked by Jan 14, 2007 at 02:59 PM about the 2003 Toyota Sienna

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hey Jose ... Stick your head under the break pedal and look up under the dash. You should see a small box like looking thing that will unplug. If you can find it it's an easy switch out. Or do what I do in these situations,I send my wife to the local gas station with the part, have her bat her eyes and show some leg, and she can usually get the kid to do it for her. You can also ask at the parts place when you get the flasher or try the local library for your Sienna Chilton's manual which will point you right to it. Good luck!

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Hey LouB... I want to thank you for your information. I looked very long and hard trying to find the flasher. It was your post that led me back out and look harder for it. Thanks to you, I did find it. Made my wife very happy, now she may make me happy tonight. Improved_1

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