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You can get a new LED relay to replace your standard relay, or you can also get 'load' resistors for the LED turn signals which will show a higher resistance and allow the standard relay to operate at the normal speed.

Check ebay for them...

Hope that helps

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You can get a new LED relay to replace your standard relay, or you can also get 'load' resistors for the LED turn signals which will show a higher resistance and allow the standard relay to operate at the normal speed.

Check ebay for them...

Hope that helps

Thanks mate, btw where is the flasher relay located in ZZE122?

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Fuse box in the engine bay. Lift the lid and look under it. It has the position of each fuse and relay drawn on the underside of the lid.

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Fuse box in the engine bay. Lift the lid and look under it. It has the position of each fuse and relay drawn on the underside of the lid.

i didn't realize that relay is a fuse :P thanks!

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In the zze122 2002 corolla wagon the turn relay is behind the drivers side pull down compartment (like a glove box).

Removal of the whole compartment drawer is by opening, pull upwards to release the bottom clips, then the whole piece downwards to release the two lugs either side of the compartment.

Turn relay is the one that is light tan/grey, just turn your ignition on without starting the engine and operate the turn lever on the steering wheel.

You should hear the turn relay clicking and be able to feel it operating. There are clips holding the relay in the socket so release these before removal of the flasher relay.

In this model it can be replaced by the relay at the bottom of this page http://www.wardenjp.com/stores/accessory.html or by modifying the electronic circuit (not for anyone who does not have any electrical circuit background).

Replacement of the resistor (shiny wire) is needed inside the relay which is shown here http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x130/NewToOmega/DSC00203.jpg with another wire measured to suit the current draw of the LED's. You then have issues with connecting things like trailers with standard globes.

My suggestion is just to replace with an electronic version as above.

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