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No lights 94 honda civic 1.5

I have a 94 Honda civic 1.5 4 door i have NO brake turn or hazard lights all fuses good can anybody help??//

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  • cory font Mar 05, 2009

    i have no break lights either... i seem to see my break pedal is not pushing in at all on the brake switch and when i do press the pedal in the break lights arent coming on... i cant seem to get the bolt off and its hard to work down there around the pedal... how do i adjust it and anyone know a better way to get it off? can anyone help us?

  • asharpmajorm May 11, 2010

    Are the bulbs in the tail lights good?

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I had that problem turned out to be my hazard switch was unplugged

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