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Honda Accord blinker question

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I have an (03) accord that the blinker quit working both front and back there is no fast blink or any clicking it just quit working both front and back. Could I be lucky and have it be a fuse or is it likely the arm needs to be replaced???

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Does either side work, (left/right)? If not check fuse #16 under the hood, or fuse #7, and #21 inside the car.

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Left side works both front and back it is just the passenger side that does not.

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Looking in some past history on these, I found a remote starter causing a concern with turn signals. If you dont have a remote start, it wont be this! Or I found a few multiplex control units, I believe they are part of the interior fuse panel!

I have no personel experience on this car, these are just history fixes! Good luck! Do the hazard flashers work?

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OK all the fuses look intact, the emergency flashers also only work on drivers side. No remote start. to test the multiplex control units do I just buy a new one and swap them out? or can I tell if they are busted?

Thanks!

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The flashers on these fail, smaller relay in under dash drivers side fuse box way up top.

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any idea what these are labeled? I pulled out my manual and it wasn't much help...

Thanks for all the help!

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This sounds like a Multi-function switch (the turn signal switch) or a flasher.

Just a guess at this point.

Try putting the right side on, wiggling the turn signal switch around while in the up position.

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Little update, just for kicks I swapped the bulbs in back and know the back bulb is good. I pulled the front one and it looks good, but I would have to pull the battery to swap those and did not have time before work... Any idea how those relays, flashers are labeled? And are they in the fuse box? I can't find anything there but it might be labeled with a goofy code or something.

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The flasher relay is in the interior fuse box.

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sounds like your low on blinker fluid... hahaha sorry i could resist.on a serious note i think the guys are right on with the relay.

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so I finally have some time to mess with it and nobody stocks this part... Anyone know who might carry it? I tried napa, checker, pep boys or do I wait for honda to open tomorrow or monday if they don't have sat hours?

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I just wanted to say thanks, It was the flasher/relay and I don't think I ever would have found that thing without the pic from 4waderingeyes. When you look at the fuse box under the dash you have a door to get at the fuses and thats all you see it does not look like more is there.... You have to take off some plastic molding to see the rest anyway thanks again!

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