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Brake lights are not working on my 98 honda accord. Tail lights, turn signal, backup lights are all working.

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Probably the switch underneath the brake pedal. take off the drivers kick panel and look up underneath and behind the pedal arm to see if there is a small switch behind it. its probably pushed out of the way.

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    Chris Corbett Jun 18, 2009

    probably the switch underneath the brake pedal. take off the drivers kick panel and look up underneath and behind the pedal arm to see if there is a small switch behind it. its probably pushed out of the way.

  • Chris Corbett
    Chris Corbett Jun 18, 2009

    probably the switch underneath the brake pedal. take off the drivers kick panel and look up underneath and behind the pedal arm to see if there is a small switch behind it. its probably pushed out of the way.

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