Question about 1996 Honda Accord
What exactly did you buy a new one of...the light bulb? The light bulb is presumably the first thing to check when the flasher stops working. So drive yourself to a Hinda service place, take the flasher light bulb out, walk into the parts dept with the bulb and tell them you need a new one (and show them)...that way you know you get the correct on. When you get the new one, make sure it matches the one you removed. Go back to car, and replace the old one with the new on. If you take the bulb out and check it and it appears that it isn't blown, then check to see if your car has a fuse that is specifically for the blinker on the side that isn't working. (your manual should have a diagram of your fuse box...what fuse is where and what the fuse operates, as should the inside of your fuse box cover).
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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