99 corolla hazard and flasher wont click or blink?

Asked by Jan 15, 2013 at 06:29 PM about the 1999 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 99 toyota corolla's turn signals won't blink, turn on or make the clicking noise when I use the switch on the wheel
or the hazard light button.  What's wrong the relay or flasher, because I have already replaced all the bulbs

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IT COULD BE THE FUSE, IF YOU CHANGE THE BULBS, IS NOT EXPENSIVE, JUST CHCK THE FUSE

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IOf you have change all bulbs then it's probably the flasher breaker..it heats up, when the signals come on, cools a little to turn them bank on to flash, it's not a timer and is plugged in to the fuse panel, looks like a very big fuse ,a square box

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Take a look at: www.ehow.com › Car Repair & Maintenance

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