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My 1990 honda accord ex ignition lights and indicators are not working but the battery light comes on the hazard lights work, and the rpm, speedometer, and the temperature gauge an the gas gauge dont work

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If the battery light is coming on,with the engine running,then have the alternator checked,it may not be charging.

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