1995 Camry V6 LE Wagon Turn Signal Light Doesn't Flash

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Old 03-26-20, 04:55 PM
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1995 Camry V6 LE Wagon Turn Signal Light Doesn't Flash

1995 Camry V6 LE Wagon, 160,808 miles, AT. When turn on turn signal light both left or right, light is on all the time and not flash with clicking sound. It may had one side didn't work, then both sides now. I checked fuse box under dash for turn signal light and it is good. Can anyone tell me where to check? Thanks in advance!
 
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Old 03-26-20, 05:54 PM
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Usually, either the front or rear bulb is bad/blown/burnt out/dont work.

The other good bulb usually will come on but not blink.

Have you checked to make sure that both front & rear bulbs are working? If so, we'll try something else.
 
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Thanks for the suggestion. Yes, both sides front and rear light bulbs are good and solid on when turn on that side. They just don't flash/blink. I remembered a while back. It was only one side solid on and another side can flash/blink.
 
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im sure that has multi-able front bulbs. little small ones in the top corners. also try the hazard switch if they still dont flash it could be the flasher relay
 
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I think it is flasher. I took off flasher and put it back. It works again. It is about time to change it.
 
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Could have been the connection. Could have been some dirt or something preventing a good connection.

Only reason I bring this up is because
1) you unplugged it & reconnected it.... then it began to work
2) initially, you mentioned the flasher was clicking. That normally means the flasher is working correctly & is why I didn't mention replacing it in my first post.

I'm certainly not disputing that the flasher could be bad because it could be. But, i'd be more likely, at this point, to believe it was a bad connection/ground etc.

Glad you got it working anyway
 
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