But it didn't do anything.So, shall I replace the turn signal & hazard relay? Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. and there is always a fuse for the blinkers or turn signals.. That's a great idea.I went out to try that, first tried to put the Turn Signal fuse back in, and here I noticed a funny thing. DoItMyself HomeRepair 150,360 views 7:12 Loading more suggestions... Source
I barely pushed in on the hazard button tried the blinkers and they worked. hope that helps Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links SuperHonda.com Advertisement « need your help | 2004 A/C Pressure switch and Connector help » Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 Please try again later. It's Saturday night, and I hope you are enjoying the weekend. http://repairpal.com/1994-honda-accord-no-right-and-left-turn-signal-070
The schematic does not really give a clear picture of where the fuse holder receives voltage but I would assume that it comes from the actual fuse box somewhere. One thing I did before leaving was that I installed the passenger-side Front Turn Light (which was destroyed by bumping to a dear) - the smaller light embedded in the bumper. Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates
It is also possible that the bulb being bad may have caused the fuse to blow if the socket for the bulb is worn out so make sure to look at You can also check for 12v to body ground on the GREEN/WHITE wire in the hazard connector. What's the best truck of 2016? Working...
If not, the hazard switch may be the problem , but again , it can be tested. 1994 Honda Accord Hazard Switch So, next thing, there is an open wire between this and Hazard switch? Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. If your looking at the fuse panel under the dash,its the one on the top row on the very left. http://www.hondahookup.com/forums/showthread.php?149701-94-Accord-turn-signal-not-working flick that and see if the other 3 windows will now work; if not there's a youtube vid to try to fix it or get a replacement one from salvage yard
Then if I push or squeeze, perhaps I can put the one in bottom and the one on the side. Actually, Turn Signal Light and Headlight of the passenger side are destroyed after bumping to an absent-minded deer last November. I don't get 12 V!(It seems odd to me since hazard lights blinks.)Is the Hazard switch bad? Expert: Andrew replied4 years ago. If I elongate the hole more, I can put the remaining bolt in.Now a challenge is the headlight is sticking out forward too much (as shows in the pictures).
I was stopped by the police twice, and I have to do this until the turn signals work. Key ignitionThe inside blower not working and passenger windows not workingAll the power windows and door locks are not working.what should I check please Brake lights not working but tail lights 1994 Honda Accord Turn Signal Relay Location Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. 94 Honda Accord Turn Signal Fuse I think the part I replaced is 3309 relay.
So, I pulled out the fuse, and inserted the probe into the socket of the fuse. http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1995-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html This is a long shot, but could this have anything to do with putting the wrong bulb in for the brake light? I'd recommend taking it to the shop. I will go out and get a new fuse.Incidentally, may I ask you this:I will need to replace Headlight Assy of the passenger side.It is damaged by hitting a deer. 1994 Honda Accord Flasher Relay
Granted, I have to push the lever up a bit harder to get it to work, but they are working. I clicked the link, and I got an error message, "We can't find the page you're looking for."Could you please send me the correct link?I checked the fuses in the under [email protected] · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Add your answer Turn Signals not working on 92' Honda http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/95-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html Today 01:31 AM by UnknownJinX 3 Wiper blade Today 01:05 AM by UnknownJinX 36 J37 manifold time Today 12:44 AM by UnknownJinX 6k 26590 Attachment(s) What did you do with...
I don't want to change the entire mechanisum on the steering column. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. I wonder the headlight is supposed to stay pushed in and should not move. (I cannot push the driver-side headlight.
I guess it was because of the blown fuse. Only thing I have working is the flashers. No problem at all.....here is the directions for removing the front bumper.Click HereFollow those instructions to remove the front bumper and then you will have access to the headlight. Did you do it with the connector still connected to the hazard switch?
It is "SPARE FUSE" according to map on the fuse lid. Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Drive Accord Honda Forums forums, you must first register. as for the power windows, there's a lockout switch by it to keep the kids in the back seat or front passenger seat from playing with the power windows it's a http://camtronics.net/honda-accord/1993-honda-accord-blinkers-not-working.html After you test this the next place we will be heading to is the turn signal relay and then the light switch. Ask Your Own Honda Question Customer: replied4 years
Normally, is installing the new headlight a fairly smooth job? What would you think? (But if you are too busy for this type of question, I understand.)Now I need to fix Brake Lights. 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. Ok sounds good....just let me know.
I only have an old ampere (and voltage) meter, which I need to dig out. It was irritating to say the least but I came across the problem which turned out to be the hazard button itself. But it looks like I have to push the headlight left and right, and up and down, in order to put all the other bolts. Loading...