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Re: 1992 civic dash lights dont work
It might Help to Replace the Relay for this, All of these are on the Same Circuit on the Honda's. Look under the Hood for the Fuse Relay Box. Open the Box and The Diagram for the Relays should be on the Inside of the Cover for the Box. If not, It will be in the Owners Manual. You will be Looking for a Relay Labeled ILLUMINATION. Just Pull this Relay out and get a New one and Replace. Let me know if this does not Work! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
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On the cluster there is a button, you need to put the ignition off push the the button and hold it. Turn the ignition on, the service engine soon light will flash three time let go the button and start the vehicle.
I have right now the same problem. I just pulled the fancy/shmancy radio head out of my (Honda) 1992 Acura Integra and the whole dash is now a mess. It had been professionally installed. The dome light now doesn't work, the "door open" warning lights stay on, the clock is messed up, etc. I installed the fancy head in another car, in a 1992 Honda Civic. That works perfectly. Sounds like you need to find a professional installer to re-do your new head. I think the dash lights and the taillights are on the same circuit/fuse.
your anti theft was tripped, disconnect your battery for 5-10 minutes, reconnect then cycle your key 3 times on and off within 5 seconds of eachother as in (on off, on off, on off) turn the key on sit for 10 seconds then try to start it, this is how you reset the computer.. if this dont work one of my friends took the positive battery terminal off of his 95 dodge ram an started hitting it on the positive terminal an it ended up being reset that way to i dont recommend this but its possible it might work
It sounds like a bad ground. Check the ground circuits to your dash lights as well as check out your tail lights to make sure they are working properly. (The tail lights run on the same circuit as the dash lights, although tey have a separate grounding point.) The gauges are most likely going goofy because the dash and/or tail lights are trying to pull ground through the gauges circuit.
there are a few fuses under the hood be sure to check fuses again at dash they could look good but not be and if one was blown it could have blown as soon as you turned them on again that would indicate a short. it could be the switch also if it is the pull type try pulling it slowly to see if they come on and turning it like to dim the dash lights. if that makes them come on you need a new switch sometimes it will work sometimes not