Question about 1999 Honda Accord
First thing to do is check the fuse box and see if all of the fuses are ok and not blown out (use a fuse puller)..If all of the fuses are ok I would next check all of the rear light bulbs...pull them out, one by one, and see if they are black or broken inside the bulb...sometimes when one bulb goes out, they all will go out...If all that is good and well then I would next look at the brake switch (located on the brake pedal) and use a tester light and with the circuit open, touch the tester light to the switch and see if it has any current running through it...If that is ok then you have a short somewhere in your wiring...look for any wires that are cut, frayed, or broken.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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