Question about 2004 Honda Accord
When hazard button is pushed they all flash at the same speed but the left front is dim.
That is your problem, the left front that is dim is the problem. it flashes fast due to the voltage output, remove the left front and check the bulb and the socket and then check the ground to socket.
Most of the time a dim light is due to a bad ground, the ground problem may be in the socket or the ground wire to socket, the socket may be rusty causing a bad connection.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
You need to replace the left front light. The quick flashing is like your check engine light for your blinkers. Once you replace it everything will go back to normal
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Accord turn signal problem
either the front or the rear turn signal bulb is blown, that is why the flash frequency is high. replace the bulb and the problem will be solved. best to replace both the front and rear turn signal bulbs. good luck.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
Check the earth to the offending light unit. Clean all the relevant connections. You could also try fitting a temporary earth cable and watch for any improvement. If you find that there is improvement in the operation of the indicator/flasher make the temporary earth cable permanent.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Looks as though you have earthing problems.
I would make sure that the earthing is O.K on flasher and brake.
You would then find your symptom disappear.
Hope that sorts it.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: My left front turn signal
Hi, the problem is with the wiring or the bulb socket--usually the socket. If you have a 12 volt test light, see if you can get the test light to come on by attaching the test light clip to a bare metal point near the socket and probing the socket terminals while the blinker is on. One of the terminals is for the parking light and one is for the signal. (The bulb should have 2 terminals as well--type 1157) If the test light will blink when you probe the correct socket terminal, see if you can clean out the socket to where the bulb will work. If not, you might also try moving the test light clip to the side of the socket and probe again. If the test light will not light when the clip is on the socket ground but will light when the clip is on a chassis ground, this tells you the ground wire from the chassis to the socket is bad. If the test light still works with the clip on the socket ground, but the bulb will not light, replace the socket.
If the test light will not come on at all, you will need to trace and repair the wiring or replace the faulty wire.
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
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