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Re: 1990 Honda Dash Interior and park lights will not...
This is Usualy an Indication that the Headlight Switch is Bad Even if the HEADLIGHTS DO WORK the Switch Controls all YOU Listed. And if YOU have Eliminated all that you Said in List then I Would Get one Disconnect the OLD one and connect the NEW one see what you get Lights !!!!! Hope this Helps You and Please DONT FORGET to RATE me P L E A S E ! Thank You
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If the dash lights are on the same circuit as the park lights. Chances are if no dash lights... no park lights. Unless the dash light dimmer switch is on the low position. Check park light fuse. If no brake lights... which are on a different circuit and you are sure the bulbs are ok check brake light fuse. If fuse ok, unplug brake light switch at brake pedal and cross the terminals with a jumper. If brake lights work, the brake switch is faulty. If still no brake light operation suspect a wiring issue
you do have a blown fuse, this car has 2 to 3 fuseboxs, the fuse that holds the dash and park lights is located in the under the hood fusebox, its fuse # 8, heres a diagram of the fusebox in the engine compartment under the hood, hope this helps,
There are two fuse boxes--one under the dash by the left foot rest which handles most of the interior circuits, and
one under the hood on the left side to the rear of the battery for the headlights
and other high-drain equipment. Each should have a diagram on the cover. Check all related fuses again. If that doesn't solve it, you have either a grounding issue or a short in the wiring harness. Check each lead with a voltage meter to narrow down the location.