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Old 29 Mar 2013, 04:01 pm
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Default 1993 honda civic hatch rear blinkers?

Hello, I own a 1993 Honda Civic hatch and the rear blinkers don't work at all. And for some reason the blinker signal on the dash is stuck on "on" when i turn the lights on (regardless of the lever being being flicked to signal right) lol. It wont blink the blinker just stays on, even if i was to flick the signal to turn right the blinker light still remains on, but then nothing happens to the actual blinkers out side to the rear. I checked the fuses under the steering wheel and i found that fuse #19 (Dash lights, Dimming signal, parking lights, tail lights, license plates, console lights, and options connector "D") was a blown. I then replaced it but nothing happened. Could it be one of the relays? I wanna figure something out before i give up and take it to a shop. If by any chance you have a diagram of the whole wiring harness for this car i would be happy































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Ps. If i turn off the lights, the right blinker signal light on the dash goes off. And if i was to turn the signal for right it will blink properly on the dash but nothing happens to the actual outside rear blinker lights.
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Old 29 Mar 2013, 04:16 pm
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I have a link compliments of Auto Zone, showing schematics for your vehicle. Before delving into to the nuances of wires, first you must understand how turn signals work. The relay is a thermal relay. A bimetallic strip constantly heats and cools when a direction is selected. If all the bulbs are not working, the thermal relay will not work. Make sure your turn signal bulbs are working. If they are, then the next step would be to change the turn signal relay. Last but not least is going through the schematics. Good luck.































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Old 29 Mar 2013, 04:35 pm
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These vehicles have had problems with the tail light seals. As they age, the seals deteriorate allowing water to seep into the tail lights which can cause havoc for the lights. Take the bulbs and inspect them. You'll be able to tell if there is a water problem right away.It may something as simple as this. Best of luck.
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