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Toyota Prius 2007 - Looking for fuse to HAZARD LIGHTS?

Discussion in 'Gen 2 Prius Technical Discussion' started by DDRedmond, Mar 15, 2023.

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    DDRedmond New Member

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    Toyota Prius 2007 - I need to disconnect the fuse supporting the HAZZARD LIGHTS. I can't turn them off and it continues to drain the battery. CAN ANYONE help me to locate the correct fuse? I am attaching a pic.
     

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    I see my post was not made public. Not sure what I need to change? (n)
     
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    In many Toyotas the hazard is wired with the horn so it's common to see on a lid fuse diagram hazard horn and maybe something else but I can't remember after all these years I'm guessing you don't have the lid for your fuse box?
     
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    Welcome to PriusChat!!
    You're looking in the wrong place, try over here :

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    You can find this information in the owners manual as well, and if you don't have a copy, then you can download it for free from here : 2007 Toyota Prius Manuals & Warranties | Toyota Owners

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    This 10A fuse (HAZ) is the battery power feed to the flasher unit. The GAUGE fuse in the under dash fuse box is the ignition power (used for turn signals and stuff)

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