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SOURCE: 1991 Honda Accord brake light probelm.

Check the prones inside the connector that you plug into the brake light module. You may have to squeeze, wiggle, tilt each one to see which one is not connecting all that good. I know it may sound confusing. I tried to explain the best of I could.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: tail lights of my honda accord are not working, brake are working

CHANGE OUT THE SOCKETS THE BULBS GO IN AND CHECK THE FUSES ALSO GOOD LUCK!

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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SOURCE: 1991 Honda Accord Brake Lights Stay on

Hi,
Usually there is a spring loaded switch that is activated by the brake pedal arm (under the dash). It registers on the pedal arm and when the pedal is depressed the switch is activated, causing your brake lights to illuminate.
The switch may have been bumped out of position. Hopefully this is a quick and easy fix for you...
Good luck!

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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SOURCE: brake lamp light on a 2002 Honda Accord SE

I assume you mean the one on the dash. This is an indicator that there is a problem in your braking system. Make sure it's not low on Brake fluid and have the brake system checked or check it yourself. If your going to check it yourself I recommend the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle as a reference.

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1997 Honda accord nothing on instrument cluster works,only the battery light. Power windows will not work. shift lock solenoid doesn't work.Digital clock does not work. Lights on the console shifter don't light up. Help!

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I have a 1993 honda accord i just recently lost my brake lights i put in a new brake light switch and all of my brake lights started working except my right brake lights? please help


If you don't have power to the right brake light when the switch is engaged, I would check the turn signal switch. On some models the brake circuit goes thru the turn signal switch. Also be sure and check the ground connection on the bulb socket.

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This sounds like Brake Light Switch, can be found at any local parts store, for under $15 and easy enough to replace. The switch is located under the brake pedal and depresses when you hit the brakes, causing the brake lights to turn on. Replacing this is cheap and easy.

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1997 Honda accord nothing on instrument cluster works,only the battery light. Power windows will not work. shift lock solenoid doesn't work.Digital clock does not work. Lights on the console shifter...


1997 Honda accord nothing on instrument cluster works,only the battery light. Power windows will not work. shift lock solenoid doesn't work.Digital clock does not work. Lights on the console shifter don't light up. Help!

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This is a tough one, if a horn itself was shorted, it wouldn't sound.Try unhooking both horns, and try to activate it from the steering wheel. If the brake light´s fuse still burns, at least you know that there is a short in the cabling leading to the horns. If the fuse doesn't trip, then one of the horns should be the culprit.

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1993 Honda Accord brake lights don't work. Where is the grounding wire and what does it look like?


Why don't you start with the brake light switch located on the rear of the brake pedal. It might need a simple adjustment or replacement.. Then make sure both bulbs are good and you didn't blow any fuses. If all of this checks out get back to me and I'll give you the additional diagnosis steps.

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are you sure you the adjustment to it is correct the button in the end of the switch has to be fully depressed to deactivate the circuit

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1993 honda accord brake lights won't go off


HI, this will be a damaged brake switch. it should be replaced, asap. Once replaced, the lights will operate correctly.

The switch is located under the driver side dash, near the brake peddle arm.

Nov 09, 2009 | 1993 Honda Accord

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the bulb is a dual filament try replacing the bulb

Nov 19, 2008 | 1992 Honda Accord

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