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Old 15 Oct 2004, 06:29 pm
Bill Boston
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Default Turn Signal Relay - 95 Accord

Turn signals on both front corners have quit working properly.
The left signal stays on all the time, and the right corner signal
light will not come on at all. Neither bulb flashes when turn signal
is activated. Both bulbs have been replaced, with no change.

Is there a relay I could test or replace, and where is it located?
Or should I be looking at the flashing mechanism - where do I find it?
Thanks for all replies!

Bill

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Old 15 Oct 2004, 08:06 pm
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Default Re: Turn Signal Relay - 95 Accord


Bill Boston wrote:
>
> Turn signals on both front corners have quit working properly.
> The left signal stays on all the time, and the right corner signal
> light will not come on at all. Neither bulb flashes when turn signal
> is activated. Both bulbs have been replaced, with no change.
>
> Is there a relay I could test or replace, and where is it located?
> Or should I be looking at the flashing mechanism - where do I find it?
> Thanks for all replies!


Do the rear turn signals work? If so, do they flash at the normal rate
for both left and right turn signals? Do the emergency flashers work?
When you say "The left signal stays on all the time" do you mean that it
stays on solid when you are operating the left turn signal, or do you
mean that the light stays on regardless of what position the turn signal
switch is in?
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Old 15 Oct 2004, 09:04 pm
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Default Re: Turn Signal Relay - 95 Accord

sounds to me like a bad ground
"Randolph" <trash@junkmail.com> wrote in message
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>
> Bill Boston wrote:
> >
> > Turn signals on both front corners have quit working properly.
> > The left signal stays on all the time, and the right corner signal
> > light will not come on at all. Neither bulb flashes when turn signal
> > is activated. Both bulbs have been replaced, with no change.
> >
> > Is there a relay I could test or replace, and where is it located?
> > Or should I be looking at the flashing mechanism - where do I find it?
> > Thanks for all replies!

>
> Do the rear turn signals work? If so, do they flash at the normal rate
> for both left and right turn signals? Do the emergency flashers work?
> When you say "The left signal stays on all the time" do you mean that it
> stays on solid when you are operating the left turn signal, or do you
> mean that the light stays on regardless of what position the turn signal
> switch is in?



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