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Old 23-Mar-2013, 03:31 PM
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Rear indicator not working

Ironically I have just returned from an MOT and now my rear right indicator doesn't work. (Dash indicator light flashes fast). It worked when I went in and he passed it ok!
The strange thing is it lights when the alarm arms so I know it's not the bulb or the wiring to it.
Does anyone know where the flasher unit is on a 996 or is it controlled from the ECU?

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Old 23-Mar-2013, 04:37 PM
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Its down next to the battery. The big relay behind the cables next to the small yellow one.

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Old 23-Mar-2013, 04:49 PM
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Thanks.
Too cold to mess around in the garage now but i'll check it out.
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Jeez Colin - did you go out in the snow?!?


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Jeez Colin - did you go out in the snow?!?

No it was actually yesterday. (you caught me out).
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Won't be the flasher as the other side works. Alarm will put its own power to indicator circuit, so it'll probably be a loose connector. Usual suspects are the ones under the ECU/seat catch area.


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It was indeed just a bad connection in one of the bullet connectors under the seat. All ok now.
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