Toyota Camry
Turn Signals and Hazard Lights

What does it mean when the front and back blinkers and the hazards do not work on a 1992 Toyota Camry automatic 4cyl 2.2?

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2004-11-11 05:38:40
2004-11-11 05:38:40

probably a bad emergency light flasher - NOT a turn signal FLASHER- IF the FUSES are good .

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