Question about 1992 Honda Accord
The sign on dashboard either goes on immediately as I start the car or shortly afterwards (for ALL doors together), and stays-on all the time although all doors are closed. The local Honda people cleaned the "negative" ends of all electric wire contacts, and this helped a little for a short while (the sign did not go-on always, and sometimes dimmed after driving for a while). But then the problem returned after a few days. They suggested changing the COMPLETE DASHBOARD! Any simpler solution please!! Thanks, MR
Get a piece of tape,cover light and don't replace dash,for a light,what happens when you put a new dash in and it still does it,it's not the dash,your switches at doors,may be bad,check there to fuse box.Could be the wiring.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
for it no need to replace dash, for a Car Lights, what happens when you put a new dash in and it still does it, than it's not the dass these your switches at doors, that its a problem, check there to fuse box.
Posted on Mar 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I work for honda and have seen this often. Mostly on the newer vehicles (2008 and newer). we have always fixed this by replacing the insterment cluster. expensive yes but always fixed it. it in itself is a seperate computer so when it is replaced it will need to be initalized through the HDS
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
One of the door light switches may be bad or not making proper contact. here is what you do close all doors and then open one at a time and manually press the switch in the door way all the way in and see which one takes the light out. Then by padding the surface where the switch make contact with door it will work. this can be done by using some heavy duty glue and a piece of plastic of some other type of material will be fine. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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