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Turning signals dont work on a 1992 Hond Accord

My turning signals dont work but my emergency flashers do. I have changed the relay but it didn't fix the problem. I was wondering what else could be the problem? 1992 Honda Accord.

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You could have a wiring problem or it could be the switch itself since it is a 1992. One would have to diagnose it to find the problem.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

  • jene_roo83 Jun 04, 2011

    I know i thought it was my turn signal switch but i dont know because everything on it works
    it turns my bright lights on and all my other lights on

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