Question about 1994 Honda Civic
There is a BOO Switch attached to the brake pedal, they can rust out or become stuck (short to ground: always on). You will find a connection jack that is seperated best with a small flat screwdriver 3/4th up on the pedal. Disconnect this harness connector to confirm the brake lights go out. If they do then try to adjust this BOO (pin/proximaty switches) distance further back in its mount bracket by moving the nuts on the front of the switch and check for proper operation. If the lbrake lights remain on after removing this connector, see a professional now as there is a serious short to repair.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
REPLACE THE BRAKE SWITCH
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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