Question about 1996 Honda Accord
I have a 1995 Accord that when I went through the car wash recently I had soap and water from the car wash find its way into the driver compartment. I got soap bubbles through the dash board vents and the carpet on the passenger side of the car was wet.
Another possable side effect of the wash is that my turn signals are not working now that the car is clean.
Where can I look for the leak and what can be done about the turn signals.
BEST THING TO DO WOULD BE TO OPEN THE CASE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE WINDSHIELD AND SEE IF THERE IS TOO MUCH DEBRIS LIKE LEAVES COVERING THE TUNNELS FOR THE WATER TO DRAIN ON THE SIDES, CHECK TO SEE IF PERHAPS THE FUSE OR BULB IS BURNT, AND USING A OHMETER IF THERE IS CONTINUITY, IF NOT IT COULD BE A CORRODED CONDUCTOR.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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