I checke the fuses, the switch behind brake is good. Horn works but not the lights on the rear of car when pressing the brakes. I think it's the wire coming from the horn to the actual brake inside car but can't find the horn to see if the wire coming out of horn is faulty.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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check the fuses. in cab fuse box. open glove box, read the operators guide, it shows the fuses and which is which. fix brakes first.
not working means little.
out or stuck on, is better./?
both brake lights. out?
both emerg. out all ends of ca?r x 4? front and rear.????
what about blinkers (turns).? out? x 4? front and rear?//????
there are 3 electric systems sold on this car.
one 1 has simple brake lamp switch, and the export is very complex.
ive not a clue what country you reside (or car was sold new)
so cant guess. or advice, beyond a fuse check.
but on 2 of the 3, cars
the wt/tan wire at the brake switch.
if 0v and the fuse is good, #2
then the switch is bad or maladjusted.
if wt/tan wire is 12v brake appled
then the wire is cut to the rear of car... lamps.(harness)
this is common with trailer wiring hacks (uhaul hacks)
2000 honda accord, middle brake light comes on when actuating the brake peddle but left and right brake light don't illuminate. fuses are good and O feel switch is good otherwise middle rear light wouldn't come on. any suggestions?
First if brake lights arent working then the shiftlock wont work. Works off of same circuit. I would check fuses for brake lights and also horn. Not exactly sure on the 92's but good chance theres fuse's inside car and also under hood.
The horn and rear brake lights are on the same fuse. Eventually the horns rust out like on my 1998 CRV. Once I replaced the horns, I could put in a new fuse without it blowing every time I sounded the horn. Problems still remain, namely: the cruise control does not engage and the remote start only starts the engine that runs for two seconds then dies. Still looking for an answer. It's a "Code Alarm" with Codestart dated 11/24/99.
Having the sa but haven't replaces the brake switch. The owner's manual for my 99 accord indicates the the fuse is located behind a panel that is viewable when you open the door on the driver's side. There is a panel that you remove (pull off) to expose the fuses. The brake light fuse is the third one from the top on the left. 7.5 A
It may be the brake switch, on most vehicles the brake switch is located under the dash at the brake pedal lever, A plunger type switch when brake pedal is depressed plunger extends compleating circuit , may just need adjustment. peace S.R.