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Old 11-10-2006   #1
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Turn Signals Died

Went to go pick up my friend yesterday from work. My signals were working
fine the whole way. But on the freeway going home my signals died. So we went
to Q-Cup(local pearl drink place) and checked it out. With my headlights on I can
still see the signal light bulbs on also. So it can't be the bulb.

I checked the turn signal fuses and hazard light fuses and nothing was wrong.
I even changed them just to make sure.

What else should I do? Feels different w/o signals. I use them about half the
time I drive and that's when I need to.
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There are 2 filaments in the front (you are seeing the parking lamps)

Do the hazard flashers work ??
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There are 2 filaments in the front (you are seeing the parking lamps)

Do the hazard flashers work ??
Hazards are gone too.
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The flasher relay unit is common to both turn signal and hazards. Iit is located in the under dash box. Remove the single visible screw (phillips head) and the fuse box will slide down (somewhat) on rails. The flasher unit is the larger of the black boxes that plug into the fuse box on the right side.

You could try removing and inserting the flasher in and out of the socket a few times.
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The flasher relay unit is common to both turn signal and hazards. Iit is located in the under dash box. Remove the single visible screw (phillips head) and the fuse box will slide down (somewhat) on rails. The flasher unit is the larger of the black boxes that plug into the fuse box on the right side.

You could try removing and inserting the flasher in and out of the socket a few times.
thanks!
signals are working now.
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The flasher relay unit is common to both turn signal and hazards. Iit is located in the under dash box. Remove the single visible screw (phillips head) and the fuse box will slide down (somewhat) on rails. The flasher unit is the larger of the black boxes that plug into the fuse box on the right side.

You could try removing and inserting the flasher in and out of the socket a few times.
Dash box? is that the same as the Glove box?
Is it right under where you remove the black panel? I seen more than one visible screw, I must be looking in the wrong place. Any one have a pic?
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Drivers side, behind U shaped panel with 2 release locks. The single screw is 10mm (i think) with a Phillips head also.
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Drivers side, behind U shaped panel with 2 release locks. The single screw is 10mm (i think) with a Phillips head also.
Got it, everything is working, thanks guys
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Sorry for reviving this old thread, but does anyone have the part # that connects from the in-house wiring harness to the bulb holder?

I have part #33302-SR3-A01 - which is a dual filament 1157A bulb holder. I need the connector for it. Any one work at a Honda dealership? :P

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Sorry for reviving this old thread, but does anyone have the part # that connects from the in-house wiring harness to the bulb holder?

I have part #33302-SR3-A01 - which is a dual filament 1157A bulb holder. I need the connector for it. Any one work at a Honda dealership? :P

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Bump cuz. I'm in the same situation.
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Try here:
Honda Parts Catalog, Honda Parts List, Honda Parts Lookup, Honda Accord Parts List, Honda Parts Diagram
Someone else a while ago was looking for Honda part numbers and was given this site. I've never used it, let me know if it works.
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^ that's exactly what I needed. +rep.

Thanks a lot!

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Bump cuz. I'm in the same situation.
Well I just ordered the parts. It's a connector (comes in a pack of 5) and pigtail (comes in packs of 3 or something). They had to special order it, and I'm doing it through my co-worker's husband. I'll let you know the exact part number when it arrives.
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Re: Turn Signals Died

My turn signals and hazards lights are not working. Ive replaced the fuses in the car and under the hood. they still do not work... what else can i try?
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Re: Turn Signals Died

get a new flasher relay to replace the stock one. they only last for a certain number of flashes. the 01-03 civic uses tridon EP34 i believe, most auto store will carry it. flasher is in the under dash fusebox. consult owner manual for the exact position.
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Re: Turn Signals Died

I have a similar, yet maybe trivial question; My right turn Signal is out, no clicks, no flashes...but the Hazard lights work, how can I correct that issue?
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Re: Turn Signals Died

^^ Do both the right bulbs work correctly during hazards ?
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Re: Turn Signals Died

Both Hazard bulbs on the right side do work correctly, it seems to be only when I want to make a right turn does neither the bulb or the green arrow inside work.
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Re: Turn Signals Died

What year ?? Trim level ?
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Re: Turn Signals Died

Its a 2002 Honda Civic EX
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Its a 2002 Honda Civic EX
If you want to Ohm the turn signal switch...

BLK/RED = Common
GRN/YEL = Right
GRN/RED = Left

If switch is ok you will have continuity between BLK/RED & GRN/YEL when right signal position is selected.
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Unhappy Right turn signal does not work with AC on!

Wondering if y'all could help me with this dilemma...

Went to get my oil leak fixed, o2 sensor replaced, and a new belt.
When I pick up my car after it was all fixed I turned on my car (good) then when I turned on my AC, I heard the motor kick in but no ventilation was coming out. It was not like this before I took my car in (AC was working fine). Now the weird part is that the air would blow and stop after a couple of minutes, but now when the AC is "turned on" my right blinker will not work! I see the light very dim when the AC is turned on even when the blinker is not supposed to be on. When I flip my blinker up as if I turned it on, it does not blink on my dashboard or outside of the car. Anyways, it is some electrical issue that is occurring that I have no idea why or how to fix it. Someone please help!!!!
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^^^^ Almost sounds like a poor grounding, someplace.
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