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Turn signals (and dashboard turn indicator) not working, hazards do.

Hi, I have a 2003 Honda Accord 4 cylinder EX (2.4L) and the turn signals aren't working, and the turn signal indicator is not either, but the hazards do. Other threads have suggested replacing the turn signal flasher, so I did that and that didn't work. I also tried replacing the switch (I was thinking maybe because the dashboard light isn't coming on that maybe the source starts at the switch) however a new switch didn't work either. So both common solutions (replacing flasher and/or switch) didn't work for my issue. When I turn on the hazard lights, all 4 lights come on and don't look dim, but again get nothing when I try using the turn signal. I've checked fuse 16, 7 and 13, under the hood, and also fuses 7 and 11 in the cabin fuse box. I've heard rumors of a junction box possibly somewhere in the vehicle but can't find where that would be located. Can anyone help me with this head scratcher? I have no idea what to do since the switch and flasher relay replacements didn't work. Thank you!

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Can you check all fuses and make sure all of them in right position?

See the car user manual. It will helps you to fix it because I think the problem ise electrical only .

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Hi,

Here are some images of the flasher unit troubleshooting section taken from the 2003-2007 Honda Accord service repair manual that may help.

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We had an ice/snow storm last week, so I decided to check the wiring on the turn signals thinking one of the turn signals may have lost their ground and work my way through the various circuitry from there if that didn't work. Thankfully I decided to start with the trunk (rear) turn signals since those would be the easiest to get to and it turns out one of the turn signals in the rear had actually lost its ground. I had assumed the wires would clip in back there so there would be no chance for a wire to disconnect, but that's what happened, the clip came loose and it's still not super secure in there even after plugging it back in. I'm going to see if I can throw a heat shrink on there to secure the ground wire clip so it won't happen again or possibly crimp a new connector onto it. For now I have it re-seated, although it is a bit loose and seems like it could fall out again, I at least have discovered my culprit, and hope it helps others who may be experiencing similar issues in the future as well. The reason I didn't start with the turn signal ground wires is because I made an incorrect assumption about the cause of the issue, I thought if all 4 lights worked with the hazards on, that 1 light being disconnected from its ground couldn't possibly cause all 4 lights to not work, that's not the case. It is probably easiest to start with the fuses and flasher relay in any case, but rather than replacing or testing the switch, the next best step to take would be to check the ground wires on each light, starting from the trunk where it is easiest to get to, and working your way to the turn signals under the hood. In my case I got lucky, the culprit was the first turn signal ground wire I looked at.

I hope this helps others. Thank you all for going out of your way to assist me and also thank you for the diagram of the circuitry.

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