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I fixed my problem by finding a circuit diagram of the entire car, or at least a very similar model. It turned out the flashers, blinkers -- or their technical name, the turn signals, are controlled by a microcomputer in the fuse box at the passenger's side footwell. The technical name is the PJB, or "passenger junction box", it's basically the ...


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Hazard lights and blinkers are controlled via ECU outputs into a module called a FLASHER RELAY , if this relay fails then you will not get flashing (Can you manually index the flasher to simulate flashing(repeated on and off of the signal stalk). You can try to reset the ECU by removing the battery cables for a period of time and reconnect them, otherwise ...


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Sure, a booster can work faster than a jump and be enough to start the engine. Just how fast depends on the amperage of the booster, the capacity (cold cranking amps) of your battery, how extinguished your battery is, and any shorts in your car's electrical system. By the way, even though it's a relatively new battery, be sure you've checked the water level....


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FIXED FIXED FIXED Finally after tearing my car to pieces over the last four months I have finally fixed it, intermittently not starting, green flashing key, no engine light when it won't start, no fault codes, checked keys, chips, fuses, relays, wiring loom, key reader, ignition barrel and on and on and on. FINALLY bought an ecu of ebay that matched the ...


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