Question about 1992 Honda Accord
A few. First, check the condition of the bulbs, sounds stupid, but it's a first start. Basics first, all else later. After a bulb check, go to fuses. From there, use a digital multi meter and backprobe the bulb sockets to see if you're getting good power/ground at the bulb sockets. If none, back probe further up the wiring. Check all ground connections. If still no power but you have a good ground, go to the combination switch and check output/position on the combination switch. (aka, the "self cancelling trafficator", or turn signal switch) If you're there and havn't found the issue yet, start over. Start at the bulb, head to the switch. If you check everything in between, you'll find it.
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