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2001 Toyota Sienna. Turn Signals do not work. Not the fuse.

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2001 Toyota Sienna. Turn Signals do not work. Not the fuse. Emergency flasher does work. If it's the 2-way flasher, I bought one. Where does it go? Looks different from what appears to be the emergency flasher which is square and black. The one I bought is silver and a cylendar.

This does sound like a Flasher Relay, however the one that belongs in this truck is indeed black, square and has 3-prongs. To get the correct one, have the local parts store cross-over the OEM#: 81980AA021


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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
The Sienna is a van and not a truck. Does that make a difference? Still o.k. to go to a general auto parts store rather than a Toyota dealership?
Hahaha. Sorry. Im used to saying "truck" becuase that is how we do the "look-up" on a vehcile. Its either a car of a truck. Vans are classified as trucks in my resource guide. Sorry about that. And, yes, a local parts store should be able to "cross-over" the OEM# XXXXX an after market part#.