Question about Honda Accord
It sounds like the reversing light switch has become faulty. If you can locate the switch, check to ensure the connecting wires are tight and secure. With the ignition on, a check with a multimeter or test lamp should show battery voltage on one connector pin, when in neutral, and on both pins with reverse selected. It may be that the switch contacts are not making proper contact and only needs you to select and deselect reverse several times to get it working again. If the second test does not prove positive after this operation, replace the switch.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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