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What part do I need to buy in order to make my tail light and dashboard light work. I called the parts place, but they are acting confused. This is a 91 Honda Accord LX (2 door)

I already checked both fuse boxes... in and out, that is not the issue. I thought it was a combo headlight switch that I needed, but the parts store told me I didn't....I'm really confused and frustrated right now

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First of all, check the fuses under the dash and under the hood. It could just be a bad or blown fuse. @nd if no fuses are blown, check for burned out bulbs or broken wires by your taillights. 3rd, go to autozone or advance auto and pick up a haynes manual for your car. It's around $21.00 and well worth the money. You get lots of info and common sense advice w/pictures to fis anything on your vehicle.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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SOURCE: Brake Lights out on 1991 Honda Accord

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.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: car brake lights won t turn off when car is shut down Honda accord lx 1992

possible bad brake light switch below the brake peddle.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 91 honda accord the tach an cruise control doesnt

check voltage with and without engine running
sounds like low voltage

check main fuse in the box under the hood.
tighten connections

check all grounds

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Honda Accord All brake lights out except 3rd brake light

Hi!,

To me it sounds like a grounding issue...it's an 8 year old car so quite
possibly the chassis ground that the tail lights connect to is no longer
good. Probably a black wire going to a bolt screwed directly into the body of the car. Have to unscrew it sandpaper/wire brush clean the connection
coat with vaseline (prevents re-rusting) and retighten. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

Testimonial: "Great thanks for the info. no is it the main ground for the vehicle in the front of the car, or is int under the car in the back where the brake light"

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SOURCE: need a fuse box diagram for a 1995 honda accord lx

you could try a local salvage yard for an owners Manuel or perhaps your local library on the subject

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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