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[email protected] · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse according to honda-tech, the turn signals are on a separate As far as the headlight goes.....it would be tough to do it with the bumper on but it could probably be done. Is this bad?WHT/GRN wire is going into terminal G, YET/WHT wire is going into terminal H, and GRN/WHT wire is going into terminal B. The Diagram says DIR SIG next to it also... http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/95-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html

Mjfan12 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mjfan12 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid So it looks beated up. 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, So it could be the case that he didn't put the clips? http://www.justanswer.com/honda/818e1-accord-1993-honda-accord-no-turn-signals.html

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Mark helpful 20 Report James answered 4 years ago i jus went through a rerpair for a friend of mine 93 accord se. No power, no ground, its only connected to the same wire that the Hazard Switch is on, which is suppost to connect to the relay (which I am assuming it is, Mjfan12 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mjfan12 03-02-2008, 01:17 AM #7 NAiL05 CB7Tuner Member Join Date: May 2005 Location: Dallas, Waco, And now SIUC for school I'm Is it possible the cluster BOARD got fried when the car shorted out (I will post pictures in my other thread of the damage to the other harness). __________________ Fuzz ::

My name isXXXXX bad hazard switch will cause the turn signals not to operate. So, I think I've narrowed it down to a faulty Lighting Relay, or the switch in the dash. I only have an old ampere (and voltage) meter, which I need to dig out. 1993 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay The GRN/RED from the Hazard Switch - Directional Switch are connected (I plug one end into each connector, it reads a good circuit...

Now I am having a challenge in putting the new headlight into place. Ok you will have to have the switch connected and then stick the paper clip into the backside of the connector. Customer: i will try and get back to you thanksMarty : Full Size ImageMarty : Ok, I attached the schematic for the signals above.Customer: Marty I replaced the hazard switch with pop over to these guys So, indeed YEL/WHT (H) is 0V all the time, and so GRN/WHT (B) is 0 when Hazard is OFF (B is connected to H).

Also what did you use for your ground? Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years ago. 1993 Honda Accord Turn Signal Flasher Location there is an "Intergrated" control box on on the fuse box, which is where all the Green/Red, and Grn/YEL & Grn/blu (Left and Right lights), seem to go. 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 Hi, Hope everything is going well with you.I am having a challenge in putting a new headlight (passenger side):I managed to remove the bumper and the broken headlight (thought those jobs

1996 Honda Accord Turn Signals Not Working

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The fuse itself should be 7.5 A but it is in a separate holder or case I should say. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1995-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html Click Here for the bumper instructions.Are you having problems with the headlights or the brake lights? Ask Marty Your Own Question Marty, Bosch Master Tech Category: Honda Satisfied Customers: 53090 Experience: Bosch Certified Master Technician 13230946 Type Your Honda Question Here... This is the lead that bypasses the hazard flasher and provides power to the turn signal control box. __________________ Black Housing DIY 1991 Wagon Morimoto Retrofit JDM One-Piece Headlight Lens Repair 1997 Honda Accord Blinkers Not Working

I thought i'd have to remove the airbag, wheel, etc. For replacing, shall I just pull off the old one? But the fact that the signals are funky only when you move the switch in a certain way tells me to suspect the switch. have a peek here Chris Cuppett 55.540 görüntüleme 2:15 Daha fazla öneri yükleniyor...

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. 97 Accord Turn Signal Relay Location Or does it requires shifting headlight all different ways like a puzzle? There is one fuse in that socket, and this is the one I replaced.I don't see any other yellowish white holder.

Would it be OK?Otherwise, what should I use for the Ground?I want to try again.

The time now is 03:40 AM. Featured How-Tos Honda Civic: Body Modifications Why is My Dashboard Cracking? You need to test for power to your flasher relay when the hazards are off. No offense, just throwing that out since you did not mention it. __________________ Gary A.K.A. 93 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location the switch controls headlights and other things but inside the switch, everything is electrically separate.

Emblems removed, grill chrome painted black. 1993 Kawasaki EX500 Flat Black. Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. and i had just put in sum hid's not even a day old and the light bulb blew out.. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1990-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html LUCujo61 18.284 görüntüleme 9:32 4 - Turn Signal Problem (Fixed!) - Süre: 5:09.

American Honda Motor Company does not sponsor, support, or endorse Honda-Tech.com in any way. Yükleniyor... It seems hard to reach the back of the fuse holder... Daniel Engling 575.283 görüntüleme 3:49 How to replace blinkers relay switch on 2006 Honda accord - Süre: 5:14.

The other option you would have would be to bend the brackets until you can get them lined up to install the bolts....this is a last ditch effort though. on the circuit diagrams, it shows the circuit connected @ the fuse box, so I assume all that is correct. Try the turn signals and see if they work after re-connecting and that will tell us if the problem is the switch or something else. They are "connected" at the same circuit, and if I apply 12V to that Circuit, the light comes on (Not flashing, Instrument Panel, and the Front and Rear bulbs come on).

Your switch. Right now the hood is touching the top (above) surface of the headlight, and it doesn't seem good. (I will get a new hood soon.) Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. Observations: When I lift the turn signal switch so that it locks in, it makes the clicking noise. I would remove the bumper because the two bolts bolts on the front on the bottom will be very tough to get to with the bumper on.

Cal Canada International Asia Europe The hazards are though and I hear the clicking noise the flasher makes so I think the flasher is ok. But you said above that it's in the main fuse box. Let me see if I can find some info on the location.Customer: Marty the drawing shows the turn signal fuse as auxuiliary fuse holder where is this is it the one

Better recognize. Everything was fine until about 6 mos ago when the turn signal alarm quit working.