Question about 1995 Honda Accord
The flasher unit, normally located under the dashboard, could well be due for replacement.
Rapid operation and only a faint display of the signal on your dashboard normally signals a failed bulb.
You have it on both sides though so if you haven't noticed that the problem favors one or the other sides, the flasher is likely bad.
You might have someone watch your turn signal lights to see if there is any action at all from them.
FYI; the common flasher has a heating element in it through which some of the current for the bulbs flows to make them load dependent and thereby letting you know when you have a failed bulb.
The lowered current causes an incomplete thermal cycle of the heated element and a more than normal flash rate.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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