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2001 Honda Crv Bake light on dash is on

2001 honda crv brake light is on the dash. The car does not seem to accelerate properly.

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  • wclays Dec 08, 2008

    Sorry the most simple answer is wrong it was the brake master

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Hello. Is the Honda CRV security indicator light by the gas gauge supposed to be blinking? Also, the anti theft light on the center dash is blinking too.

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Make sure your emergency brake is off all the way.

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