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2001 Ex / Flasher???

Hi, I am new to this forum. I am trying to locate where the Flasher would be on a 2001 Civic Ex Coupe. I have been having problems with my turn signals so I want to replace the Flasher to rule that out as a problem. The problem I am having is that everytime I turn one of the signals on, weather it be right or left, the signals click once and then turn off. I don't know if anybody might have a suggestion on what the problem maybe. Thanks in advance for the help.

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Also, if there is anyone that has service manual for a 2001 that would help a lot because then it would tell me exactly where the flasher is.

I have already looked every where. under the dash, the hood, fuse boxes, I have no idea where else to look.
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It is in the under dash fuse box.
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sounds like a bad relay...check the fuse box under the dash first, then the underhood one..should be labeled flasher or turn signal...something to that effect
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Thanks for the help guys but I looked at and around the fuse box's and I can't find the flasher. I was told that the flasher and the relay are 2 different things. I am not sure if this is right but I went and bought a flasher but still have no idea where to put it. I want to rule that out as a problem and go from there so if anybody has a service manual for a 2001 please help me out. Thanks again!
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It is there, just take the new one and match up the appearance. It is located at the top away from the fuses.
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I finally found it. thanks CraigW.
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2000 HX / Flasher???

My turn signal doesn't work anymore,i already replace the flasher,still wont work....its weird coz my hazard is working ,
Anybody can help me,,,please.......
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Re: 2001 Ex / Flasher???

are you sure you replaced the right relay in the under dash fuse box? the hazards work because they are on a separate circuit. sounds like your main flasher relay went bad. what part did you get to replace it, the EP34?
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