Question about 1991 Honda Accord
The hazard/turn signal flasher is a small square relay located right above the integrated control unit on the interior fuse block behind the left kick panel. If the flasher unit is functioning properly, you can hear an audible clicking sound when it’s operating. If the turn signals fail on one side or the other and the flasher unit doesn’t make its characteristic clicking sound, look for a faulty turn signal bulb. If both signals fail to blink, the problem may be due to a blown fuse (in the engine compartment fuse box, far upper left as you are facing the auto), a faulty flasher unit, a broken switch or a loose or open connection. If a quick check of the fuse box indicates that the turn signal fuse has blown, and the same thing happens after you replace it, you should check the wiring for a short.
To replace the flasher, simply (may be easier said than done) pull it out of the fuse block.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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