2007 honda accord turn lights flashin fast.

Asked by Nov 18, 2015 at 11:50 AM about the 2007 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

also, i have no tail lights and the control panel (heater adjustment, etc. are not light up)  Need some help.  I replaced the front headlights and bulbs and they are working fine.

6 Answers

Check your fuses. Tail and dash lights are usually on the same circuit and a blown fuse on the taillights usually makes your dash lights inoperative as well. Fast flashing turn signals are usually an indicator of a blown bulb so check them as well.

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Thank you, what about the dashboard lights radio, heater,etc.

The lights are working on the odometer mileage etc. but no heater control lights radio.

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Check the fuse

hello, i replaced the fuse but still have no tail lights

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