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Aygo Indicators and hazards not working

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Hi, My Aygo indicators and hazards do not work. Car has been left standing for 12 months, so Battery was flat. After an overnight trickle charge, Battery voltage is upto 12.2v. All other electrics work. I have checked fuses in fuse box under bonnet (behind Battery), and fuses mounted either side of the round dash pod that shows you vehicle speed...etc). All ok. I am expecting to find a flasher unit/relay needs replacing, but cannot locate it. Anybody else had this issue?

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Moved to the Aygo club.

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Hi,

I know it's a bit late in the day but I had the same problem.

It was the switch button. I think the electrical terminals were dirty. After pressing the switch a number of times it started working. It worked for me, hope it works for you.

Regards

Peter

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Spent 2 months looking for the same issue spent about 200 up to now inficators and hazards not working also back light dash was out I went and bought a new set of clocks as this flasher relay no one can fined is in the clocks cost me 40 from scrap yard now all working fine and this is on a Toyota aygo 2010 ...

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On 5/11/2018 at 6:15 PM, Robster69 said:

Hi, My Aygo indicators and hazards do not work. Car has been left standing for 12 months, so battery was flat. After an overnight trickle charge, battery voltage is upto 12.2v. All other electrics work. I have checked fuses in fuse box under bonnet (behind battery), and fuses mounted either side of the round dash pod that shows you vehicle speed...etc). All ok. I am expecting to find a flasher unit/relay needs replacing, but cannot locate it. Anybody else had this issue?

Change your dash clocks  should sort it as the flasher relay is set in the clocks mine was the same now working fine but be careful when buying the clocks as you will.most likely end up with the mileage off the othere car as I did whent from 51000 to 104000....

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On 5/24/2018 at 7:32 AM, peter.ling24@gmail.com said:

Hi,

I know it's a bit late in the day but I had the same problem.

It was the switch button. I think the electrical terminals were dirty. After pressing the switch a number of times it started working. It worked for me, hope it works for you.

Regards

Peter

Hi peter, just had exactly the same problem and wondering where you can locate the switch you mention above??would prefer to give this a try rather than a new clock!

Thanks

richard

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I had this problem a lot over the years doing MOT's on cars after they had been parked up for a while.In 99% of the cases i sat pressing the hazard switch on & off for a while which sorted them.Best of luck i hope it works on yours.

 

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