Question about 1990 Honda Accord
It sounds like the brake light switch is stuck or broken.
If you look up under the dash, towards the top of the pedals, you'll see a switch that operates the brake lights, there should be 2 wires connected to it. unplug that switch, and see if the brake lights go out. If they do, replace the switch (I give it a 90% chance). If not, you could have a short somewhere in the electrical system.
Check the brake light switch first, and go from there.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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