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Aygo Indicators Not Working, But Hazards Work Fine


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The indicators on my daughters Aygo have totally stopped working, however, the hazard lights operate normally.

The fuse is good and I have now removed the instrument shroud to gain access to the indicator stalk and relays.

Questions:

Where are the indicator relays located, and how do I get to them?

Is the indicator stalk/arm a one piece item incorporating the wiper stalk?

Does the steering wheel have to be removed to replace the indicator/wiper stalk assembly?

Is the indicator stalk/switch a known Toyota problem?

Your help and assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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On 3/13/2014 at 5:15 PM, kiiyted said:

The indicators on my daughters Aygo have totally stopped working, however, the hazard lights operate normally.

The fuse is good and I have now removed the instrument shroud to gain access to the indicator stalk and relays.

Questions:

Where are the indicator relays located, and how do I get to them?

Is the indicator stalk/arm a one piece item incorporating the wiper stalk?

Does the steering wheel have to be removed to replace the indicator/wiper stalk assembly?

Is the indicator stalk/switch a known Toyota problem?

Your help and assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Quite common fault from what I've read. Here is a link to a YouTube video that covers all you need to know.

 

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11 hours ago, Ray b said:

My indicators work on the outside but no arrows show on the dash

That's a different problem, since the outside indicators work the column stalk is OK and the problem is either a connection to the dash or the dash itself.

I would start by checking the connections to the dash.

Indicators and Hazards.pdf

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18 hours ago, Ray b said:

My indicators work on the outside, but no arrows show on the dash

Do the arrows flash with the hazards on ? The indicator relays are built into the instrument cluster i would think you have a fault on the PCB either the ground or power to the LEDs it rare for both the LEDs to burn out (unless you have changed the standard bulbs for cheap leds)

@dartrader1997 the thread was started 8 years ago

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