I have a 1992 honda accord and i have no blinkers or hazards but all other things work i replaced the relay and when i put it in my left blinkers come on and stay on all the time no matter what but the hazards work at that point. PLEASE HELP THANKS
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Assuming that you've checked the regular fuses, have you checked the relay for the blinkers? If not, one way to do so is the switch the relay for the hazard lights with the relay for the blinkers and see if that solves the problem. If it does, replace the relay so you have both blinkers and hazard lights.
most of these cars have a short in the rear sockets. Here's a few other things you can check. If your hazard's don't work either?, check the flasher relay. If they do? then your rearview sockets are bad, cut them off from the wires, pick up another socket with wires from your nearest junkyard, splice in using two brand new bulbs and use the electronic connector Grease, the sell @ autozone.
Did you double-check to be sure the fuses are intact and not blown? If they are OK, it could be a turn signal relay or the switch itself (I have firsthand experience with the switch failing with respect to headlight operation, so there's no reason to believe that it couldn't fail for turn signal operation as well).
If you find that it's the switch, reply here and I can walk you through its replacement - it's about a five minute job.