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Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. Need car insurance quotes? That is great news....I am glad they are working somewhat for now. Test for continuity (I'm assuming that you know how to use a meter) - in the neutral position, you shouldn't have continuity between anything. Source

Actually high-beam was working for a while, but the high-beam bulb (which was not covered) got broken after snow.Then I replaced the Turn Signal fuse, but Turn Signal Light still did The next step would be to jump the wires like I described earlier and see if the turn signals operate normally. Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. When you Press Hazards, the "Flasher" flashes all the lights, but I can't get turn signals to make anything flash, or even come on for that matter. But are there anything else I can use?Or shall I get a proper cable? (I can borrow from the shop I usually go.)I am also looking at the website http://arrc.ebscohost.com, 1991 https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080511121109AAOmNvQ

Honda Accord Turn Signal Not Working

Also the turn signal relay receives 12V from the Grn/Wht wire so it will have no effect at this point since we do not have voltage at that wire. After that, the right Turn Signal Light started to blink normally (instead of very fast). Thank you for giving me a reply in such an early morning and thank you for confirming my thoughts.

Recheck fuse 43 in the under hood box....and if it's good and you're NOT getting power to the switch, you've got a short or break in the wire between fuse 43 LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 10-07-2008, 08:17 PM #1 jdmeg6hatchy Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Outer Banks, NC, USA Posts: 1,095 92 Civic His left turn signal works fine. 97 Accord Turn Signal Relay Location Isn't it the same as measuring the voltage on the back of the socket?Then I got 0V on both sides.

Yes I would avoid forcing it if at all possible. 1996 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working I'm betting on the switch or the fuse, personally. 10-28-2008, 09:44 PM #16 jdmeg6hatchy Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Outer Banks, NC, USA MattHumanPizza 5,697 views 5:39 Turn signals wont work repair blazer jimmy bravada sonoma s10 signal flasher - Duration: 3:11. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f155/1992-honda-accord-ex-turn-signal-problems-387954.html OK.Also have a great weekend! Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago.

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... 1996 Honda Accord Flasher Relay Location I never got it fixed, but it fixed itself and the problem went away. PITA to get to, of course. same problem.

1996 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working

I assume fuses etc are all ok? 10-07-2008, 09:12 PM #3 jdmeg6hatchy Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Outer Banks, NC, USA Posts: 1,095 http://honda-tech.com/forums/honda-civic-del-sol-1992-2000-1/92-civic-turn-signals-not-working-but-hazards-2404134/ I'm New Here, be nice! Honda Accord Turn Signal Not Working There is a white connector to the left, and a bundle of green wires going in it to the left, and red and blue wires going in it to the right.Shall 1997 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location Fuzz View Public Profile Visit Fuzz's homepage!

Not always, but usually. 01-12-2009, 07:38 PM Filet Mignon 2,217 posts, read 1,189,843 times Reputation: 371 Thanks Mitch! http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1994-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html then mechanic called and said he "blew out the brake lines" while he was working on the brakes.? 46 answers Catalytic converter repair myself? 28 answers More questions Can you damage Now remember you have to back probe those wires with your leads with the switch still connected to get a proper reading. It's great to know that website does not work. 1997 Honda Accord Blinkers Not Working

That is probably the only way you will be able to get it lined up without repairing the wreck damage. Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. The time now is 04:37 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of If you could take a picture of what you are having problems with I can try to look and see what you can do. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/95-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html Shall I keep the spring pushed in? (Shall I tighten the two screws for that?) Otherwise, the headout sticks out too much.

Find More Posts by Fuzz « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded 1995 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location There is one fuse in that socket, and this is the one I replaced.I don't see any other yellowish white holder. Shall I order a new fender for a smooth fit?Q2.

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I will print the bumper instructions, and get to it. Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. Fuzz View Public Profile Visit Fuzz's homepage! I will keep this page open on my computer.slonneman95 :Yes that is correct.JACUSTOMER-kc6mo1vd- :Thank you so much.slonneman95 :No problem at all Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. 97 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.

well i have a 2000 civic ex and the same problem but a little different my blinkers dont work but the hazard lights do but the turn switch seems to be Excuse my novice question, I ask this because it's the first time I do this. Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. I have a 1992 Honda Accord and none of turn signals are working at all. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1993-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html Would it be worthwhile to just replace it?Would it come off by just pulling it?Other fuses are working, so they are getting voltage.

I don't see it in the same fuse box as the Turn Signal fuse. Careful, it's hot (or should be) even with the car off.