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Lighted visor vanity mirror on 1995 honda accord not working

I have a 1995 honda accord LX and I can't seem to get the lighted vanity mirrors to work.

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    i recently installed a radio in my 1995 honda accord, afterwards my tailights stop working can u help me

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I looked at a wiring diagram, traced it back and found a disconnected wire. After I reconnected the wire, the vanity lights started working.

Thanks fpr all your help and support.


Bignuggie

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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