I have a 2011 Accord. Everything was fine until about 6 mos ago when the turn signal alarm quit working. When I took it, I was told it not only never had an alarm, the tech never heard of one!

Asked by Sep 14, 2016 at 03:53 PM about the Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Details are in question, except that since then,  I. Asked people while I waited
on my car, asked other techs,etc no one knew what I was talking about.  
Insisted no Honda had ever had anything that "dinged" to alert the driver that
the blinker was still on.  Am I going crazy???

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If you bought this new, then surely your owner's manual will have info on any turn-signal minders. I know they have a "maintenance minder," not sure about turn-signal ones.

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