What steps do I take to fix my directionals?

Jaywill
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Asked by Jaywill Oct 29, 2013 at 06:04 PM about the 2003 Honda Accord EX V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2003 Honda Accord sedan EX V6. Neither directional works on the passenger side of the vehicle. No arrow is illuminated on the dash of the interior. Both bulbs have been replaced; and still nothing. There is no fuse labeled for directionals of any sort. What now?

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ayva2012
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Check if your Hazard lights work, if your hazard lights work, then its your turn signal switch which is located under the airbag. If hazard lights don't work first replace hard light relay located under the dash with all other fuses. If relay was bad then it is still the switch, if they dont work then it leads to steering column wiring harness. A mechanic with a good OBD II scanner can determine if its the harness, switch, or a relay very quickly i suggest you take your car to a mechanic.

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