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1988 Honda Accord LX blinker switch short?

I have a 88 Accord 2 door. When I have the headlights on and turn on my left or right blinker, the headlights will go out until I cancel the blinker and wiggle it for a bit, do I need to replace the switch and how hard will this be? Thank you.

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Yes switch is bad replace it pull cover off from around steering collum should be screws holding it on you may haveto pull steering wheel but haven't done one in solong i can't remember

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

  • JOHOSHE Jun 28, 2009

    yes switch is bad replace it pull cover off from around steering collum should be screws holding it on you may haveto pull steering wheel but haven't done one in solong i can't remember

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