Question about 2002 Honda Civic
My break light doesn't work as I applied the brake. I checked all the fuses and it all looks good. Then I checked the brake switch above the pedal and it is in good condition. I think probably the problem is from the brake light relay but I don't know where it is located.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in the fuse box up by the firewall on the drivers side .... fuse 13 fuel injector relay is the only fuel related fuse/relay that i could locate.fuse 9 in the passenger compartment fuse box as well.... what size motor is in your car ?
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Sounds like you might have a caliper that is stuck and is not fully disengaging. If it is in the rear then you may have a bad rear caliper. Twoo things you can try. One is to crawl under the ca and adjust the tension two nuts on the emergency brake line. If that does not resolve the problem then remove the back tire and try to spin the drum or rotor whichever you may have. If it does not spin then try adjusting the e brake cable more if it still does not respond then you need to do a brake rebuild. Also does it pull while it is dragging? If it is then you will need to rebuild the brakes no matter what.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
It sounds like your relay could be bad. When your relay contacts become worn your volt meter will show 12v coming out of the relay until you put a load on the circuit, then the power goes away. You have to get to the wire going to your blower either from the back of the relay or by sticking a straight pin through the hot wire. Clip your + lead to the pin and the - to a ground. Turn blower switch on. With the blower unplugged you will show 12v but when you plug in the blower the power will disappear. If this is the case your relay is bad.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
It sounds like your brake pedal switch is not working right. Are the lights on all the time, or just when you turn ignition off? If the former, it is bad brake switch. If the latter, you likely have a bad ground located somewhere in the wiring harness.
Most vehicles have the switch located on a small plate next to the brake pedal arm. Follow the pedal up the arm and to the firewall. Along the way you should see a plunger style switch that looks like the one that you bought. It might also be found inside or next to the brake booster under the hood.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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