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My back break lights are staying on and i have done everthing. i disconnected the fuse box and that still didn't help.what could be the problem

I have a 1992 honda accord and my back break light want cut off at all

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It's your brake light switch that is misadjusted.
If you look under the dash where you pedal is at you will see a golden switch on the top of the pedal disconnect the switch and loosen the locknut I thinks is a 13 or 14 mm wrench. Back off the locknut. Then turn the switch til can't turn it no more use only two finger pressure. Once you feel that the switch won't turn more the back off the switch about a 1/4 to 1/2 turn and tighten the locknut and connect the switch and should fix your problem.

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