Question about 2005 Honda Accord
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1988 honda accord turn signal
Mine did the same around 200K. Near the hood release handle is the fuse panel with the flasher relay. Remove the panel on the lower dash marked "FUSE" which gives you a viewing window to see the fuse panel which you reach from below the dash to access. Simply place your hand on one of the two 1" wide metal cylinders on the fuse panel(these are the relays) and turn on the left or right blinker. Feel for a click. If you feel a click but it is not constant, YOU FOUND THE DEFECTIVE RELAY!!! (Use the same test to find your Emergency flasher relay) Replace the on that does not work.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
There is a flasher unit in the fuse box. You just pull it out and buy a new one at a parts store. Take the old one with you make sure they are the same.
Posted on May 10, 2009
A few. First, check the condition of the bulbs, sounds stupid, but it's a first start. Basics first, all else later. After a bulb check, go to fuses. From there, use a digital multi meter and backprobe the bulb sockets to see if you're getting good power/ground at the bulb sockets. If none, back probe further up the wiring. Check all ground connections. If still no power but you have a good ground, go to the combination switch and check output/position on the combination switch. (aka, the "self cancelling trafficator", or turn signal switch) If you're there and havn't found the issue yet, start over. Start at the bulb, head to the switch. If you check everything in between, you'll find it.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
No, no seperate system. Your problem is generally caused by a burned out bulb, bad ground at tail light. A bad flasher would affect both sides. Front and rear must be good. Ck flasher plug in. Good Luck
Posted on May 25, 2010
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