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post #1 of 7 Old 06-05-2012, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Turn signal indicators not lighting up

Hey there guys, I seem to be having a problem with my turn signals...

The other day my right one went out, the light in the dash stopped working totally, while the left one remained working. I checked the outside to see if they were working, and not either one was working, giving me suspicion that something is wrong. After about a week and a half of me putting off fixing it, my left one went out too!

Now I have neither turn signal working. I have checked every fuse (I didnt know which one was for the blinkers) and they are all working... Im not sure what to do..

My sister rear ended someone about 5 months ago, but I figure this is a different problem altogether. I talked to the guys at auto zone and they told me I need to get a new blinker control module ($60) and that should fix it, although I dont want to buy that to have it not fix anytihng...



Has anyone had similar problems or know how to fix this? I checked the forums and couldnt really find anything on this issue.. Please help me, as I am making a 12 hour trip in a week and need my blinkers hah

EDIT: Oh yes, and its a 2007 Accord LX 4dr 4cylinder... Under 70,000 miles

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post #2 of 7 Old 06-07-2012, 08:28 AM
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replace the blinker module if it doesn't fix it return it. Did you check your bulbs as well? Find the fuse for the blinkers. Pull the fuse and replace it I have had fuses blow that would trip with my tester but couldn't pass electricity through them very strange I know but it happened.

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I literally just went through this yesterday.

Hopefully this works for you:

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Im gonna head to the dealership right now and get a relay... I checked underneath the steering column and peeked in my fuse box and couldnt find the relay location... I looked online and it said I would have to take off the trim underneath the column.. I tried looking up a bit and to the side and I think I saw where it might be.. DO you guys know exactly where it would be on my car, or have any diagrams/instructions for removing the trim in an orderly manner haha
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Yea, I couldn't find it according to the article. I used the shop manual for the location. Here's the picture:


It is easy to spot top-right above the fuse box door. It is hard to get to without removing the plastic under the dash but it is doable. That's how I did it.

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Good news!! I got it fixed! I looked at the diagram and easily found it without taking anything off... I quickly realized that I had to disassemble some stuff to reach it though ha..

I took off the trim around the fuse box, tried that for a while, ended up taking off the surrounding trim and the black plastic under the dash hiding all the wiring and it was easily accessible.. the two clamps that keep it in place on either side are a pain to work with though.. Its near impossible to get both hands up in there to un-clamp them

I ended up getting some adjustable pliers and was able to work it out eventually.. replaced with the new one and they are working like a charm!

auto zone - $60
Dealership - $25.75

easy to fix guys... even with no car experience.. such as myself.. I was able to change it out in about 15 minutes..

Thanks for all your help guys!
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What if I replaced the flasher and the turn signal stalk and they still don't work?

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