2013 Honda Odyssey Flasher relay location

Tiny
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  • 2013 HONDA ODYSSEY
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Please tell/show me please where exactly the flasher relay is located on 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey. They say it is in the driver's fusebox. I searched forums and the manuals. But I can't seem to find it. Please help. Thank you.






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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 AT 9:28 AM

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Tiny
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You won't find any relay. It is incorporated into the Driver MICU, underdash.
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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 AT 1:39 PM
Tiny
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Is there a way to replace it without replacing the Micu give you said it's incorporated?
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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 AT 2:12 PM
Tiny
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No, you need to replace the complete fusebox if it is bad.
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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 AT 2:17 PM
Tiny
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Thank you. Before I replace it. Is there any fuses for hazard/ turn lights? The problem is they are not working, but the parking lights (same bulbs) are working. When I move the turn switch or push the hazard lights button, there is no clicking, no blinking on the instrument panel and the bulbs are not blinking too. That's why I think it's the relay. Plus the manual doesn't list any related fuses. What do you think?
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Monday, June 3rd, 2013 AT 11:59 PM
Tiny
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Why would Honda do such an inconvenient thing? What's the logic here? On other models the relay is easily replaceable.
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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 AT 12:08 AM
Tiny
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Not only honda, every other manufacturer has gone into this which is the latest design. The logic is that it is fail safe and the signals not working might not be due to the MICU. Did you test the switch?

A scan tool would allow you to test the circuitry.
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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 AT 6:37 AM
Tiny
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I have found the problem. It was the Hazard circuit fuse in the secondary under-the-hood fuse box. I started double checking myself and found the blown fuse which I thought was ok. The filament was hardly broken, which was not well visible to me first time I checked it.

Everything is working as expected. Nevertheless, when the flasher relay is working, how come the ticking doesn't come from the micu? I literally stuck my head in the driver's foot well and the ticking relay sound was coming from the instrument cluster, not the micu located on the left.
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Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 AT 7:20 PM
Tiny
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Visually checking fuses is never a good way to go about. A continuity test is the best and most certain way of verifying.

Vehicle manufacturers nowadays uses the CAN-BUS system whereby many control modules are used and the vehicle is just a network of computers working, all linked to each other. Without scan tools, it is almost impossible to test/diagnose problems.

I made an error when I mentioned the relay is within the MICU. The MICU is the controlling module and inside the meter cluster, there is the gauge control module and where the hazard/signal relay is lincorporated.
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Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 AT 11:04 AM

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