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with engine on, check lights, main beam and dip and side lights. Check tail lights work too.
With lights on, turn the indicator switch left for a few seconds then right. You are looking for odd behavior with lights.
It's a good indication of an earthing fault (grounding).
Turn engine off and see if lights-on warning alarm sounds.
Corrosion around connectors often causes light faults, check them all, if they seem sound then check the relays.
Another possibility is the switch itself. Wiggle it around very gently feeling for loose movement or flickering lights. The whole switch may need replacing. It's a start......after that then you need to check wiring loom. (very rarely the bulb is the fault so test them with a circuit tester)
THIS IS HOW YOU RESET THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON THE 99 HONDA ACCORD. 1. With the Car Off, Press and hold down the Odometer Trip Reset Button. 2. While still pressing the Trip Reset Button, Turn the Ignition Key half way on where all your oil, check engine lights etc.. turn on. Don't turn it as far as you would to normally start the car. Wait a few seconds and the Check engine light will turn off. 3. Turn the key back to the Off position and you're done. What a scam Honda has with the BS Check Engine Light.
It means one of your side lights is blown. The lighting computer does a periodic check of all the lights and flags it on the the dash if one is bad. Turn on the lights and walk around the vehicle. Also check the blinker lights.
If the other brake and turn lights are working the brake light and flasher units are ok . With a test light check at the bulb holder terminal and bulb holder body, test light should glow ,if not check from terminal to a metal part of panel away from the light body . If test light now glows the brake light body has a bad earth if the test still not glowing the power cable to the light is broken.
Most of the newer vehicles have a senser that will turn the check engine light on, even when it's time to change the oil. After they change it, they reset the check engine light to turn it off. It could be something as simple as that or even an air filter needing to be changed. The dealer can tell you how to reset that light to turn it off. Good luck!
The turn signals and brake lights use the same circuit and filament in the bulbs. The tail lights are on the other circuit which comes from the headlight switch. Do you have power on the tail light fuse ?
If you activate the turn signal switch and you step on the brake pedal, the turn switch (on the steering column) deactivates the brake light to make the signal light more visible. The bulb for the stop and turn lights is the same.
Turn hazard lights ON. If they don't blink, replace turn/hazard flasher, If one or more lights don't come on, replace bulb.
Check fuse and circuit wiring for broken or loose connections. If all looks fine, check following:
If front turn lights work fine, check brake/turn bulbs.
If turn lights come on but don't blink, replace turn signal/hazard flasher.
If front and back turn lights don't come on, replace switch on column.