Question about 1994 Honda Civic
Hi there, I'd like to ask you for help. Upper stop light ( on the back door ) is normaly working when I am pushing the brake-pedal. But when I switch headlights on ( low, hi beam), the stoplight stop working. I checked fuse box under steering, under bonnet as well. Everything seems to be allright. I have no clue whats can be wrong. Thanks for any advices or help.
When you checked the fuses, did you check them for continuity or did you check them by eye to see if they were blown? Use a continuity tester that's equipped with a tone alert; this way you don't have to pull the fuses out of the panel- just take the probes and test them while they're in place and listen for a tone. No tone, bad fuse- replace it.
Check the brake pedal's relay too. If everything checks okay, replace the bulb.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Honda has issued a bulletin that addresses this exact problem. The bulletin number is 04-015. Take the car to your local Honda dealer and mention that bulletin to them. They should replace the Headlight Combo switch under warranty.
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: low beam headlight on Pilot 2004
I lookd for the Technical Service Bulletin on headlights that you referred to in our Live Chat. It is Service Bulletin 07-027 dated May 12, 2007. A downloadable copy is avaibale here. It contains procedures, photos and images on how to address the issue. However, may I point out that said TSB refers to both left & right low beams and not only the right.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Sounds like you might have a caliper that is stuck and is not fully disengaging. If it is in the rear then you may have a bad rear caliper. Twoo things you can try. One is to crawl under the ca and adjust the tension two nuts on the emergency brake line. If that does not resolve the problem then remove the back tire and try to spin the drum or rotor whichever you may have. If it does not spin then try adjusting the e brake cable more if it still does not respond then you need to do a brake rebuild. Also does it pull while it is dragging? If it is then you will need to rebuild the brakes no matter what.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
There are two filiments in each headlamp; one for low beams, and the other for high beams. It is possible that the both right and left low beam filiments burned out at nearly the same time. Otherwise, there may be a fuse, or headlight relay that is causing the problem. If all these check out good, it may be your headlight switch needs to be replaced.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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