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Check fuses first, then the grounds for taillights,possible brake light switch faulty(located above brake pedal) especially when all 3 brake lights out,unplugged harness, Do you have a trailer light harness check from trailer plug back to the main connector for damaged wires etc. press the helpful button and follow me on fixya for more info and tips AGCO Automotive Repair Service Baton Rouge LA Detailed Auto Topics How To...
For the 2003 honda odyssey brake light ,
check the brake fluid if it's low, or if the level ok , bleed the front calipers and rear wheels brake cylinders you may have air in the
brake system ...if it's not and your van equipped with traction control system and ABS system you have take it the the pro technician to check Maybe you have some wiring problem ..and the last thing is
check the emergency brake wire. The connected to emergency brake handle ,,,maybe it's touching the ground .
It would be very unusual if all of the bulbs died at the same time. Generally speaking, each circuit is on a different fuse, but they all use the same ground. So you would have a fuse for the turn signals, a fuse for the tail lamps, and so on. You should be able to test for power and ground at the sockets for each circuit. And if the front parking lights work the rear should have power too.
You may need a repair manual with wiring diagrams to be able to troubleshoot it.
Try to get a copy of parts schematic from the Mazda dealer for the rear brake parts . Check on line to see if that diagram is available on free download. Check the aftermarket brake spares to see if you can get a copy. Or buy a workshop manual for your car.from a auto spares shop.
It could be a fuse or the brake light switch which is under the dash connected to the brake pedal. Do the running lights come on when you turn on the headlights? If not then it is probally a fuse. If they do but do not get brighter when you push the brake pedal, its probally the brake switch. Follow the arm the brake pedal is attatched to and you will see the switch. Their usally pretty easy to change. Hope this helps.
Hi I'm using Google Translate. Can you use Used parts? If so try copart.com or partsfinder.com New brake line comes as a strait tube. The line will need the be removed and the new line bent to match. But before you do that try one more thing. Google Tempe Honda - Tempe, AZ.
Don't bother with a schematic...they all differ. Use a simple test light and just probe the rear light harness with everything turned off except for the brake lights, only one wire should show power. You can also check the color of the wire coming directly out of the bulb socket. I own a jeep, can read and draw wiring diagrams and have yet to find a diagram that has the same color coding as my vehicle.
To cofirm a stuck e-brake jack up that wheel and apply e-brake then release and see if the wheel will turn freely if not the e-brake cable must be replaced, the brake shoes or pads must be checked for wear also for a temperary remedy spray liqiud wrench all along the length especially at the upper end and work the cable with your hand back and forth to free up the cable, once freed up avoid applying the e-brake until the replacement is complete.
It should be your brake light switch. There is a little plate welded to the arm of the pedal that has a hole with a rubber stopper. The rubber stopper is most likely missing, or damaged. You should be able to take a flashlight and see the plate and the switch. If the hole is plugged up, you will need the brake light switch, if not, replace the plug.