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Turn signals blinking fast on my 2003 honda accord

I have replaced the bulbs with halogen bulbs and I replaced the flasher with a led compatiable flasher and they still blink fast

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SOURCE: fast blinking flasher

Check for a burnt out bulb somewhere.

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if i remember right the flasher is located on the back side of the fuse panel

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SOURCE: Both turn signals are not working, need to find where to install the flasher can

driver side, under dash, above fuse box mounted on kick panel

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SOURCE: 2004 Accord, left turn signal out, no indicator on

No, no seperate system. Your problem is generally caused by a burned out bulb, bad ground at tail light. A bad flasher would affect both sides. Front and rear must be good. Ck flasher plug in. Good Luck

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SOURCE: turn signals blink fast (lights still work)? what

Hello. This happens when one of the bulbs is starting to go bad. pull all of the turn signal bulbs and look carefully at each one. you will find one with the filaments crossed. Replace that one. J.

Posted on Jun 15, 2010

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