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Old 11-24-2007, 08:55 PM   #1
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Default Turn Signal/Hazard Relay on '96 Accord

Is there an easy way to remove the turn signal/hazard relay? I have a '96 Accord, 4 cyl sedan. This is the relay on the under-the-dash fuse panel next to your left foot. This relay is directly above the Integrated Control Unit, and to the left of the blower motor relay. Even with the blower motor relay removed (which was easy), the turn signal relay won't budge. I removed one at a junkyard by prying it away from the fuse box, but broke the relay casing in the process. I assume it's held in place by some clip, but couldn't get it to release. Any replies would be gratefully appreciated.
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Default Re: Turn Signal/Hazard Relay on '96 Accord (brose)

Hmm.. Not too sure but, relays usually have one clip on each side. I usually try to pop at least one clip and wiggle it free.
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