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there are two fuses as per the discussion in the above link if you scroll down you will see a diagram of the underhood fuse box with the location of the flasher.

2006 Honda... | Answered on Aug 28, 2016

It can be quite a few things Lisa, but the most likely things are the windscreen rubber has perished, and letting in water (this would be more common on older cars). If your car is more modern, it will probably have a bonded screen. If so, has it recently been replaced? If so, it might be worth approaching the screen fitter to get the screen re-sealed under guarantee.
Run a hose over the front window for a while, while checking below the dashboard to see if you can see where the water is coming in.
There is also a possibility the drain holes in the windscreen scuttle may have become blocked. The scuttle is the bit between the bonnet and the windscreen. It usually has a grill cut into it.
If this is blocked, try to access the drain tube with a long rod to try and clear it out. A common occurrence if your car is regularly parked under trees / bushes, or in dusty areas. Sometimes, you may be able to see a puddle of water collected below the scuttle grill.
The worst result could be rusty floor pans. Most common on older cars. Very rare on newer cars. If you find the carpets become wet only after you have driven in wet conditions, then it is certain to be caused by rust holes in the floor. If you are unlucky enough to have this problem, it might be a good time to get rid of the car.
I can be repaired, but can be very very expensive.
For some very old cars (1960s to 1970s), you can find floor repair panels, but these are less common for newer cars.
You could also have a leaking sunroof. A good competent mechanic should be able to offer a few options to fix that. Start with a hose over the car, with kitchen roll over the carpet to help show up where the water is coming in.
Good luck.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019

I'm providing You a link that will explain how to adjust headlights
looks pretty easy so good Luck.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Oct 13, 2016

For the front map lights - gently pry the cover down using a very small screwdriver. The outer-edge (left or right) should be last. the inner portion is where the cover pivots and snaps in.
Once the cover is removed, just unplug the bulb and replace. It is a tube-style bulb...it kind of looks like an old style fuse.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014

Return the truck to the place that did the alignment.
They did it wrong.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014

Page 4 of the owner's manual shows you clearly however it is located above the AC controls and just below the "passenger airbag off indicator"
If you do not have a manual one can be downloaded free from www.techinfo.honda.com

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Oct 12, 2014

Most common is the brake light switch fails.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014

Like many modern vehicles, the fuel pump is in the gas tank. Repair (if needed) is not easy but if you are experienced working on cars, get a hold of the factory service manual.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Apr 07, 2014

Check transmission oil level, if that dosent work then read transmission code in auto shop.

Honda Ridgeline... | Answered on Mar 17, 2014

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