Turn signal volume on 2016 Accord


Asked by Feb 11, 2017 at 06:41 PM about the 2016 Honda Accord EX-L V6 with Honda Sensing

Question type: Car Customization

Is there any way to increase the turn signal volume on a 2016 Accord?    I have trouble hearing it.

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There's no adjustment for turn signal volume. If it's working it's ok

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Try searching places online such as JC Whitney for a "turn signal alarm". Perhaps there's something out there that can be wired into the turn signal circuit. When I was in high school my friend's Mom had a Ford Pick Up Truck that would beep when she put on the turn signal. I hated it because it sounded just like my alarm clock!! HTH. -Jim


No solution. Per my dealer, the muted sound (which I can't hear ) on my 2016 Civic is digital and intended to be that way by design. No more old world relay clicking. I find this non- sounding turn signal feature to be a flaw. I have a 2018 vehicle by another manufacture that has a digital turn signal sound which is at a volume that is audible over road noise; the way it should be... Honda needs to recall and fix their turn signal sound indicator. TDB

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I ended up creating a little box that connects to the Accord F-CAN bus via the diagnostic port and sniffs for the turn signal codes and, when seen, puts out a sound that I can hear. Now I won't have to hear my wife say "your turn signals are on" ever again. The total cost of the box was less than $65 - well worth it in my book. A small mod to the program (I used an Arduino) would probably work on a Civic.

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I don't have enough information (or knowledge) to make a box that identifies the turn signal code. Maybe, this type of box can be produced by an enterprising soul.

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