My 1991 honda accord wagon is having a electrical problem. It started with my turn signals stop working two days ago. Then my brake lights in the rear would not go off. They would get brighter when i applied the brakes. Then my right turn signal was frozen. When i would apply the brakes my front right turn signal would light up on the dash and on the car. Today my dash lights went out, no turn signals, no working lights at all in the back, no hazards. I also now have to put my key in the shift lock to get the car out of park now . thanx for the help[
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Re: no lights in rear
I would Get in the Back pull up anything covering the Wiring harness for those lights and Look for A Corroded Connecter AND the GROUNDS on all thats why urn comes on while you Brake Electricity Finds the Easyest PATH to GROUND AND IF IT IS THROUGH THE Turn Sygnal switch GROUND is your FIRST PRIORITY here Trust me I'm ASE Certified in Electrical Systems
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When you press the brake, do your brake lights work? Is this Accord equipped with turn bulbs separate from the brake bulbs? If it uses the same bulb as the brake bulb for turning and brakes, then it is all wired through the turn signal stalk. A faulty stalk will cause the issues you are having, but first verify that the lights do both jobs of the turn and brake. If the bulbs work, then replace the stalk.
if stalling occurs when foot on brake,then chances are you have an air leak,in either the hose from the inlet manifold to the brake servo or a leaking brake servo,as the hose is the cheaper of the two to replace try that first.....
After you have checked the fuseand the bulb connection, you may also want to check the brake switch located at top of the brake padel under the dashboard. Once you push the brake padel, the switch will trigger and the brake light will be on. Use simple 12 volt test pen or voltmeter to test the current supply. Enjoy it.