Question about 2004 Honda Element
I need a headlight reminder....I keep leaving them on and draining the battery. I don't know if it had one that isn't working, or if one can be installed. Recommendations for other older honda vehicles do not work: using an accessory socket under the dash or placing a piezo between the rear defroster and the headlight fuses.
Does the key reminder work?? if so then there could be a problem with the tail light relay which feeds the body control module, that feeds the gauge module which feeds the beeper. I would advise taking it to the dealer, or a shop that does a lot of HONDA work. ,
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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Don't you have some warning lights on your dash? MB cars are fly-by-wire that tend to depend so much on battery electricity when shut off. Use a high amps battery or battery recommended matching your car model. Check on some instruments that can be a parasitic drain to your car like, car alarm, sticking relays on auxiliary fans, radios. Worse you have a short somewhere or a wiring harness issue, but it should be giving you a warning on the dash.
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