Bus W*nker

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  • First Name
    Bus W*nker
  • Toyota Model
    Caetano Optimo 3 (Bus)
  • Toyota Year
    1994
  • Location
    Hertfordshire

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  1. Hi all, New to the club... (and forums generally), but I have come across a problem and I wonder if anyone can help. I posted this in audio/video/electrical, but then thought perhaps it is more relevant here... I have just bought my first ever Toyota, hurrayyy!!!!... and its a bus, ha ha... a Toyota Caetano Optimo. My hazard lights don't work! All indicator lights are working, but when I press the hazard switch they do not come on together. If the indicators are on and you press the hazard switch, it disrupts the circuit and the indicators stop. If you remove the switch, the indicators stop working too... so everything is obviously wired through the hazard switch. I have replaced the "hazard switch" and "a flasher relay" (the one that ticks when the indicators are on) and it has made no difference. There is a second "flasher relay", which doesn't seem to do anything, but I have swapped the flashers around and they all seem to do the same thing... so I don't think its that. I have changed all of the blade fuses and bulbs etc.., but does anyone know if there is a "bigger" fuse and or relay that I should check? I'm hoping I have just missed something. Or... does anyone know where to source a workshop manual or wiring diagram? Looking forward to hearing from you. Many thanks, Steve
  2. Hi all, New to the club... (and forums generally), but I have come across a problem and I wonder if anyone can help. I will obviously post in the relevant section "Workshop > Electronics" and if anyone thinks they may be able to help, I'd love to hear from you. I have just bought my first ever Toyota, hurrayyy!!!!... and its a bus, ha ha. I have converted an old Toyota Caetano Optimo into a "Tiny Home" and plan on travelling around in it with my wife and baby. It's getting pretty close to being finished... so I am sorting out bits for MOT... and that's when I came across my issue. You are welcome to follow my adventures as I will be sharing our journey on YouTube... but first gotta get it on the road. Right, off to ask some advice. Hope to chat to you all soon.