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We have a 2004 Hino Dutro that has lost both hazard lights

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We have a 2004 Hino Dutro that has lost both hazard lights and signal lights. I do not have an owners manual for the unit so do not where this fuse is. I have found two fuse boxes, one on left by your feet and another behind the cab. All the fuses check out as Ok, and there is one wire that is live at the module that says hazards and signal lights. Help
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Submitted: 9 days ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  Jeremy replied 9 days ago.

My name is ***** ***** I will assist you with your question today.

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It may not be the fuse, but the flasher relay. When they go bad, the signals will not work as well.

It is in the fuse box by your feet. I'm in the US and work on the Hino trucks here and that is where it is on these trucks.

If I find the fuses good, I always check the flasher next.

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Customer: replied 9 days ago.
I am an auto electrician by trade so skill level fairly high. What I really need is a wiring schematic. Then I ca sort it out getting the flash module is very expensive and hard to get so just trying on is not an option
Expert:  Jeremy replied 9 days ago.

They are about $3 here in the states.

I don't have a diagram for that model since it is not an american model so I will opt out. Hopefully someone has one for you.

Good day.

Expert:  Daniel Wilson replied 8 days ago.

Hi my name is***** will be glad to try to help. 9 times out of ten when you lose both hazards and turns at the same time it is the flasher that has went and in some cases the switch itself which can be tested by doing continuity /power testing with your Volt/OHM meter. Let me know

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