Question about 1990 Honda Accord
Everything else works, the signal, the night lights, I even bought a new brake pedal switch. This happened today suddenly. The manual says that it's the #26 fuse. Where's that? Help!
I had this problem, the pedal may need adjusting. there's a switch behind it that activates the lights when pressed, if youre lazy like i am you superglue a penny to the pack of the pedal arm to make up for the difference in space needed to hit the button
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
The fuse box you can find either under the steering or in the engine bay. . . you cant rally miss it .. . . and im sure you have an extra fuse for that. . . . . and each of the fuse compartments. they have diagrams. . ..
now if you lost the covers with the diaggrams where each fuse is. . .. . well.. . . . pull each one out till you find the one with a broken fuse . . . and change it. . 8) wont take that long. . .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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