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Re: Turn signals do not work
Is there a little silver can located in the interior fuse panel. There are usually 2 fuse panels. One is in the engine compartment and one is located in the dash just to the left of where the drivers knee would be.
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If one tail light works, it's not the fuse box. It's either a ground wire off on that side , or a wire chafed along the curcuit. Your fuse for parking lights is for all four. If you have three, it's definately not the fuse box. You did not say what type of vehicle you have or I could have told you the best places to look for a ground wire. And I'd like to know if signal, brake, and reverse lights on that same side work at all. Let me know what your car is and we'll go from there. Please rate this solution thanks
Yes there should be a fuse in your interior fuse panel that opperates your brake and turn signal. Look in your ford book for the correct fuse or you can use a test light to check them individually until you find the one that is blown.
hello. thanks for selecting fixya! Fixing a turn signal problem in the Accord will involve the flashers, fuses and turn signal switch. These are the most likely sources of a problem. The entire job should take no more than a few hours at most. Just make sure you have all the replacement parts you may need on hand. If you are not familiar or comfortable doing work of this nature, look in the yellow pages under autoelectric to find a shop that can solve your problem If you are comfortable fixing this your self, here is a site that will help you. http://www.ehow.com/how_4507805_fix-turn-signal-honda-accord.html
Take the turn signal bulbs off and check for corrosion. Clean the bulb contacts and harnesses. Put enough bulb grease on the contacts but not on the bulbs and try them out. You can clean them with a wire brush or how ever you find suitable.
you have to take the plastic off underneath the dash on the drivers side on the left side of steering wheel. This brings you to the fuse box when you get to the fuse box the flasher relay is there in the fuse box