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1991 honda accord audible clicking sound from the singal flashers unit don't turn off

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Try relay under the hood in fuse box on passengers side.

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The clicking sound for the blinker is constanly going. When I use the signal it slows to a steady click but when the blinker is not in use it clicks rapidly.


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To replace the flasher, simply (may be easier said than done) pull it out of the fuse block.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
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