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Tail lghts/brake lights

My 1992 hoda accord tail lights wont stay on unless brake pedal is engaged.checked all fuses but not one labeled for tail lights alone.tail lights should stay on then when brake is engaged brake lights should come on right?

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Isn't that mysterious? It took me a few weeks to figure it out. Look carefully under the break pedal. There is this device called a "break light switch". I hope that helps.

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