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My brakes lights on the drivers side work sometimes and sometimes not. How do you get at them to check wiring and bulbs?

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How to fix a 2009 Honda accord brake light on the drivers side. I replaced the bulb on both side but still the brake light doesn't work on the drivers side.


Go to www.bbbind.com for a wiring diagram of the brake light circuit , get a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter an trace out the circuit . You know the right side works so the brake light switch is good . Take your volt meter an check to see which part of the circuit is bad . At the brake light bulb socket test for voltage on the power side , if battery voltage is there,then check ground side . I forgot you need to have some one press on the brake pedal while testing . You could have a bad ground or an open on the power side of the circuit , you need to find the wiring harness that goes to the back of the car , check connectors ,wiring etc... There is more to electrical trouble shooting then just replacing parts . Watch this video on voltage drop testing . Mastering Voltage Drop Testing with Pete Meier and Jerry Truglia

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Did you try the passenger side brake bulb in the driver side socket (maybe the new lamp is bad)??

If it works, then the problem is either a bad ground connection / wire at / between chassis and the shell of brake lamp socket, or bad 12 volt wire at / between the common passenger 12 volt brake light wire in the harness to the center contact on the brake lamp socket.

My suggestion is if the brake lamp wire is ONLY for brakes - not the directional too, simply add a new wire spliced into the passenger side brake light wire and extend it to the brake light wire closest to the new socket that you recently installed on the driver side. Disconnect the vehicle brake wire from the new socket and wire nut it off or tape it up (so it can't short out if it somehow becomes energized again) and splice this new wire to the new socket.

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Find a multimerter or an ohmmeter and someone to work it and test the socket to see if electricity is getting to the bulb. Someone will need to push on the brake pedal whilst someone else tests it.
Sometimes a wire can break, or sometimes a metal contact inside the socket can go bad, or can bend in such a manner that the bulb no longer contacts it. Also, sometimes new bulbs are defective.
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My left brake light and brake light over the tailgate stopped working on my 2008 Aspen. I replaced the bulb on the light over the tailgate and it works fine now. However, I also replaced the bulb on the...


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