check the relay and switches if you dont know where they are look at owners manual or a haynes repair manual they help a lot on some stuff
In the state of Arizona cars should be sold with working hazard lights, but there is not a law stating that if the car is sold without them that it is illegal.
you should try checking the fuses and replacing the bulbs the fuses for thos lights should only be about a 10 or a 15
Turn signal relay needs to be replaced. If you turn on the hazard (emergency) switch, all the signal lights should come on. This says the lights are okay.
If a car's lights are not working properly, the fuses should be replaced. The light bulbs should also be replaced if needed.
Hazard lights should be used if a vehicle is pulled over on the side of the road. If a vehicle is going slow when pulling something behind them, hazard lights should also be used.
Maybe you have a security system? If you do, as soon as you hook up the battery, it will engage and your lights will flash. You will have to disable it in order to make it stop.
If the night running lights have failed the bulbs should be checked. Find the bulb housings and remove the parts. After the bulbs are replaced check the lights.
Check your relay switches that should be located near the fuse box.
Try turning the hazard flashers on and off a couple times, see if that starts your signal lights working. If so, replace the hazard switch/module.
Check the fuse for the brake lights. It should be marked stop/haz on the fuse box cover.
There may be a problem with your electrical wiring that is preventing your hazard lights from turning off. You should take your car to a Toyota mechanic.
Get the lights fixed, of course!
Hazard lights may only be used during an emergency where the vehicle requires to be stopped in places it should not normally be stopped, such as a highway. People mistakenly used hazard lights when driving through heavy storms as another form to ensure visibility and is not recommended.
Ya think it might have something to do with warning about a hazard on the roadside? lol no really! actually they are what you put on to warn other drivers that YOU are a hazard on the roadside due to an accident or breakdown or stationary queueing traffic or any other danger, ie a hazard. In the UK, hazard lights should be used on single carriageway roads to warn other drivers that your vehicle is a hazard, on a dual carriageway or motorway, they should be used to warn other drivers of any hazard.
no, not a fire hazard if it works don't fix it I have never cared for pushmatic breakers, but they work ok
Hazard lights should only be used when your car is stopped or coming to a stop. Using them while you are actually still driving can be dangerous. Other drivers will be unable to tell if you are going to change lanes or get off the road because your turn signals or 'blinkers' will not work when your hazard lights are on.
Turn on your headlights and hazard lights, call 911
The front or rear turn signal flasher bulb may be burned out and needs to be replaced. The turn signal flasher my be defective and should be replaced. The hazzard lights have a flasher unit of their own. These are found up in under the dash in the steering column area.
It is important to have working brake lights on a vehicle. If the brake lights are not working a person should first check the fuse, bulbs and at last the wiring.
the relay is behind the hazard light button in the center of the dash. you can hear the clicks of both the hazard lights and the signal lights coming out of that area. to change out the relay, take out the radio, and you should have a pretty easy access to the relay switch right above the radio unit. if you need precise instructions on how to remove the radio, do a quick research and you should find the answer. if you've already replaced the radio with an aftermarket unit, this should be a lot easier.
Same thing happened to mine. I had to replace the whole thing. Mechanic told me it was due to a nonworking electrical wiring that was connected to the brake lights were out. Once you replaced the whole thing, it should be working.
If the fuse is working, then check the bulbs.
check beyond the top of the steering wheel. between the steering wheel and the indicators, you should see the button to turn on the hazard lights..
Immediately actuate electric hazard warning signal lights.
Hazard lights should only ever be used when there is any major issue. Such as the car breaking down, it's simply there to warn oncoming traffic off your vehicle. Many believe it's useful for when you just can't be bothered parking but really.. They should hardly ever be used.