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But you don't think it's a good idea to force it, do you?So, I guess irreversible damages are made. I am curious to know how the flasher "flashes" also. Today 03:00 AM by Drew03Accord 17 Engine flush... thanks! http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/95-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html

You will see a little notch at the top or bottom of the switch that will look like a spot for a little pocket screwdriver. Working... Correct? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

Honda Accord Turn Signal Not Working

Then nothing happened.So, shall I replace the relay?I wonder, the Hazard switch goes ON and OFF (which is done by Turn Signal/Hazard relay), so Turn Signal/Hazard relay is working. Have a safe trip! Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. But fender doesn't look like being bent down too much.

Same with the turn signals. __________________ My swap thread Main relay proplems?--DIY 4CYLPOWER92 View Public Profile Find More Posts by 4CYLPOWER92 12-15-2006, 12:45 AM #13 Fuzz CB7tuner Member Thread Tools Rating: Display Modes 12-13-2006, 08:00 PM #1 Fuzz CB7tuner Member Join Date: Nov 2006 Location: Montreal, Quebec Posts: 51 Turn Signals Not Working (But Hazards do) Alright, This can fix some of the following problems:* Headlights are on but interior lights and parking lights/running lights/tail lights are off or the other way around.* High beams don't come are, 97 Accord Turn Signal Relay Location Sign in to add this video to a playlist.

The headlight assy has a coil spring. 1996 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working I will take out the switch, and wait for the Honda schematic and test procedure.Please take your time. Yes for now let's concentrate on checking for voltage at the switch. Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. Bonuses Which Lead, and where is it located, that bypasses the hazard switch.

Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. 1996 Honda Accord Flasher Relay Location Future Mods: Audio Overhaul Last edited by MarkieMark; 11-11-2006 at 03:51 AM. 12-02-2006 #6 Colombian4Lyf Registered!! So, I pounded that up using a hammer. But I wonder...Q1.

1996 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working

Then flipped the connector over, and I stuck the paper clip into the holes for B and H.I would check the colors of the wires, but I parked my car 15

I hope this will do. Honda Accord Turn Signal Not Working Everything was fine until about 6 mos ago when the turn signal alarm quit working. 1997 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location dont know what it is.

If you temporarily use the paperclip make sure it is away from all metal objects and remove the wire when the car is off since the Yel/Wht should only have voltage http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1995-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html The spring seems to be doing that. Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. Making holes in the headlight is a great idea!Do you mean to open new holes, or to make existing holes bigger?So you don't think it's a good idea to force the 1997 Honda Accord Blinkers Not Working

if they work you know the circuit breaker for the flashing effect and the fuse for the turn signals are ok. I'm a Supporting Member!! Since you have no ticking or anything, it leads me to think its the relay. have a peek here Its not hard to reach at all once you realize that its there. __________________ sandman61377 View Public Profile Find More Posts by sandman61377 12-15-2006, 09:19 AM #16 Gemini AoM:04/07,

I found where it is, but it's awfully hard to pull off.) Or, do I need to replace Turn Signal Switch? 1995 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! How do I measure the voltage going into the combination light switch assembly? Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago.

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GogiSpicyWiener 60,299 views 5:14 Honda Accord Cruise Control Failure Repair - Duration: 18:16. not fun. __________________ My CB7 History - 1993 Accord LX - White sedan (sold) - 1993 Accord EX - White sedan (wrecked) - 1991 Accord EX - White sedan (sold) - I thought it might be a fuse, but there is no simliar fuse to turn signals it's the entire lighting relay and my head lights work fine. 97 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working Is it right under where you remove the black panel?

My friend is having the same trouble with his 96. Quote: - GRN/RED runs into the DIR/HAZ Relay in the DASH Fuse Block. - From there GRN/Red runs into the Hazard Switch. I think if princess can give us the information on the turn signal circuit, it may help us figure it out. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1994-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html This video is for an older vehicle without airbags, for newer vehicles with airbags you should reference relevant documentation or take it to a professional.

No the old meter will not work as it could fry some electrical components. Do the signal bulbs on the left flash if you turn on the hazards? (I am not sure what you meant when you said the hazard didnt make a difference) If I will print the bumper instructions, and get to it. Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. Yeah...

Mark helpful 10 Report Tim answered 8 months ago Regarding my 1987 honda accord blinkers work but turnsignals dont Mark helpful Your Answer Add photo Photo (optional) Related Questions turning signals Reason: After further investigation and research, I found out followings polaris is offline Quote Quick Reply Advertisement post #2 of 9 Old 04-20-2007, 06:02 AM Accordlover banned flasher is in the under dash fusebox. Please give me your answer when you have a time (no hurry).

Need car insurance quotes? So at the switch I rigged a hotwire to the turn signal wire and is able to turn on as a temp fix. Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Who's Online Gallery Downloads Blogs What's New? Reply With Quote 05-21-2012,11:30 AM #8 otto888man View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads Bronze Member Join Date Mar 2006 Posts 820 Originally

Turn Signals not working LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 10-25-2011, 06:02 PM #1 Ek Steve Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Oct 2011 Location: Remove the single visible screw (phillips head) and the fuse box will slide down (somewhat) on rails. Quote: - Are you getting continuity on the switch? Hazards are gone too. __________________ 2003 Honda Civic EX 5SPD - 95,xxx mi.

The Green/Red goes into that box also, and there is no where on the fuse diagram that appears to connect the green/red to any type of power source, so I am I have done so far: Changed Hazard Switches Changed Relays Changed Turn Switch So far, nothing. Human Verification In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in and there is always a fuse for the blinkers or turn signals..

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