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Both front turn signals stopped working whats the problem

I have checked all fuses and they are good. The front turn signals do not work. The rear turn signal do work and flash real fast.

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Front bulbs are blown?

Posted on Dec 07, 2014

Testimonial: "Every bulb on the front of the vehicle works so the bulbs are not blown."

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    paul srigley Dec 08, 2014

    bulbs have 2 filaments one for the running lights and one for the signals check sockets with test light

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SOURCE: 97 honda accord turn signal problem

Flasher unit is bad. Replace flasher

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SOURCE: 1997 honda accord turn signals don't work but fuse is fine

There is a flasher unit in the fuse box. You just pull it out and buy a new one at a parts store. Take the old one with you make sure they are the same.

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SOURCE: Turn signals don't work in 2004 honda civic lx.

The turn signal switch and 4 way flashers have the relays built inside. If fuses and flasher is good, then switch is bad.

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SOURCE: turn signals blink fast (lights still work)? what

Hello. This happens when one of the bulbs is starting to go bad. pull all of the turn signal bulbs and look carefully at each one. you will find one with the filaments crossed. Replace that one. J.

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SOURCE: Need to know location of turn signal relay.

Hi,

The flasher relay would be in your fuse box, under the dash at the driver side. You could look at the cover of the fuse box to see the location of the relay.

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The turn signal system operates on battery current received on a fused ignition switch output (run) circuit so that the
turn signals will only operate with the ignition switch in the On position. The hazard warning system operates on
non-switched battery current received on a fused B(+) circuit so that the hazard warning remains operational regardless
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off. The Front Control Module (FCM) can also activate the hazard warning system lamps.
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the module front control MFC, runs this
and it uses fuse 18 , if 18 blows the module goes off line and vast things fail and huge numbers OF DTCs store.
and fuse 27 MFC
MFC needs these fuses good.
keep in mind nobody has MFC internal schematics...so........



this module drives left and right side front and rear.
electronic drivers, not fuses.
the MFC is here.
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