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2002 honda accrod lx 2 dr .breaks

My break light dont come on. i checked all my fuses, i put in a new break lamp switch. my break lamp switch light stays on , on the dash. i still dont have my breaks. i think my wiring problem.

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  • sweetone8194 Jun 01, 2009

    there is not corrosion in the wires connection in the truck or in the circuit board.



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In the trunk trace your wires back to the connection plug. Unfasten the connection and make sure there's no corrosion in the plug. If there is you may have to replace the tail lamp wire harness, contact your locale recycle yard and see if they have one.

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Try checking the light assembly itself. Sometimes water get in and will corrode the wiring close to the plug and may short them out. There is a circuit board in it that does not take much to damage.

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