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1996 honda accord no turn signal

I have a 1996 honda acccord that keeps blow fuses when i signal, i have already changed the flasher relay, and cleaned the battery terminal,checked the grounds which are ok.i have a wiring diagram

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    were`s the flasher relay located on 1996 honda accord

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Check the wiring in the front and back to lights for shorts to ground, if nothing is found replace the turn signal switch, be careful to disarm the airbag before doing any work on the column as the steering wheel must be pulled to replace the turn switch.

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