Question about 1989 Honda Prelude
I have looked at all the fuses and i cant seend to find one that is not good
I'm working on a 1984 Camry with no brake lights. You might try the brake light switch. It is located near the top of the brake pedal. Mine was hard to get to. I had to remove lower plastic piece under stearing wheel and a AC outlet. The switch should have 12 V to one side even with motor off. When you press on the brake the switch allows 12V to pass through to the brake lights. I am no expert. Still working on my problem. I've got 12V through my switch but nothing going to the back. I don't have a good wiring diagram and you talk about alot of wires just take a good look under there. You do want to check bulbs in back. I supose you have checked that already. God bless Steve
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