Question about 1991 Honda Accord
I had a similar problem and found out that there was battery drainage. My break lights would stay on but I didn't notice because it was random. When they did drain the battery it was in the day and by the time night came ..they were so dim I didn't notice. What had been draining the batter was that there is a little rubber button thing on the back of the brake when you engage it ..it pops out to cause the light to come on ..well if the rubber falls off or gets weak it causes the lights to stay on even if car is off and slowly drains the battery.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
I used to have that kind of problem, it sounds like alternator is not hooked up right, or it is not feeding enough electricity to the alternator, or alternator is not feeding the battery back, so it have to be the wiring connected to the alternator, what you can do is check the wire using the ohm measure, any shop has it, check the wiring connecting to the battery to alternator, hope it helps, letme know if you have tried it
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