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2006 Honda CRV has no headlight on warning chime, it quit working how do I fix

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SOURCE: 2005 Honda CRV Headlight Chime

If you look back at some previous postings on Honda CR-V's which have been solved, you will find the information which might relate to yours.

The door switch is located on the pillar between the front/back doors and near the bottom. It has a protective rubber covering over it. To access it, there is a single screw which has to be removed.

Here is a cut & paste of a previous posting for an individual having the same problem with the headlight/key alarm not working.

" I had a similar problem -- my interior lights would not come on when I opened my driver's door, plus I wouldn't get a warning if I left the key in the ignition or the headlights on.

There is a switch covered with rubber on the door post. I removed the switch, sprayed just a slight amount of contact cleaner, made sure the switch worked by grounding it to the frame and pressing the switch in & out a couple of times. Then I carefully replaced it.

I attributed the problem to my seat belt buckle hitting the switch as I closed the door without checking to see if the seat belt had retracted properly.

Hope this is of some help."

Regards,
bikerbc

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If you look back at some previous postings on Honda CR-V's which have been solved, you will find the information which might relate to yours.

The door switch is located on the pillar between the front/back doors and near the bottom. It has a protective rubber covering over it. To access it, there is a single screw which has to be removed.

Here is a cut & paste of a previous posting for an individual having the same problem with the headlight/key alarm not working.

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I attributed the problem to my seat belt buckle hitting the switch as I closed the door without checking to see if the seat belt had retracted properly.

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