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This 86 Honda Prelude does not have a link connector, code's are read from the computer it's self, the computer is under the passenger seat or under the carpet on the passenger side, you count led light flashes and on the computer panel will have the trouble code's refernce.
Most likely this is due to the brake pedal sensor. It is mounted on the brake pedal arm, under the dashboard. The sensor can be adjusted. Loosen the locknut, turn the adjustment bolt, then re-tighten the locknut. Adjust it so it opens when the brake is released and closes when the brake is applied.
Possible bad connection between batt cables and battery. Even a weak battery will power something in the car but with asbolutely no power, it's usually a bad connection somewhere. Also check the battery itself (most "sealed" batteries can still be checked by prying up the cap to check the cells).