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Why are the break lights on my honda staying on?

Why are the break lights on my 92 honda civic staying on?

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Probably a bad switch.it should be somewhere near the top rear of your brake pedal.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

  • don358 Jul 11, 2014

    I'm not familiar with Hondas at all, but in Ford Escorts and certain Mazda models, there's a small pad which the brake light switch plunger hits to turn off the brake lights when the pedal is released. When these pads get old, they crumble and fall on the floor; and there's nothing left to turn off the brake lights.

  • don358 Jul 11, 2014

    Other than that, I agree with previous post.

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