Question about 1999 Acura CL
Hello, Check your Fuses in your Fuse Block,It should be labeled on the Cover and where your fuses go in, as to what amperage and indentify what the fuses are for.
You Also have a Relay and Fuse block underhood.Cover up with a Plastic Cover ,But will be Marked on top.
If replacing fuses does'nt solve your Problem Replace the light Bulbs,And Possibly your brake light switch only for your Brake Lights.
The Last thing which i don't believe you'll need to go here,But could be your Light Switch its self.
I hope i've given you a solution for your Problems.Please let me know Sir. Thank You From FixYa and d_hubbs
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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