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Old 09-27-2007, 04:00 AM
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Problem with Indicator lights

Hey, I am new to the forum and will be posting up an introduction but first I wanted to get this out of the way. I installed my stereo the other night and since then my indicator lights haven't been working. I was told it was due to a faulty flasher relay because it isnt making any noise at all when the switch is hit. Can someone tell me where to find this relay. I got a replacement from canadian tire but I cannot find anything under the dash that even slightly resembles it whatsoever. Any help would be absolutely fantastic, and if anyone might know what my problem might be. Thanks...mark
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Old 09-27-2007, 12:54 PM
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Indicator lights? You mean the hazard lights?
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yeah...but its not the hazard light switch itself so i tried not to use that word...my flashers to indicate what direction i am turning lol...
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Okay. . .so they don't work at all? Like for turning or the hazards?

The relay is probably in the engine compartment by the battery or it's in the panels on the drivers side somewhere. I'll look and find it for ya. Look at the factory manual in the sticikes though. Should show you in there.
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you would rock if you could do that man...if this internet keeps working then i am definately going to check out that stickies thing...its a busted ass computer though so we will find out soon
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we had a party last night and one of the guys here said that he has worked on a lot of older hondas and that if both front and rear tails are burnt out the green light on the dash wont even flash...can anyone tell me if this is true?
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Oh chit, yeah actually that is true.

I've known of other older cars that do the same thing.
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so.....funny story....i was flipping through my fuses today and saw a blown one so i replaced it...turns out it was the hazard light fuse but the label was rubbed off...now i just need a front bumper and i am rockin...anyone want to get rid of one who lives in alberta?
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Ay yi yi. . .never overlook the simple stuff. lol
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