Question about Honda Civic
Posted by Anonymous on
The fuse box is under the dash, drivers side. look for one labeled STOP or BRAKE. The owners manual will have a listing. The best way is to use a 12 volt test light. if you don't have one, buy one. it will help you in many ways. You want to test each fuse for power on both sides If there is power on one side but not the other, the fuse is bad. If you don't have a light, then you will need to pull the fuse out and look in the colored part of the fuse between the 2 connectors. you will see a small piece if wire connecting the 2 terminals, if that small wire is missing or broken the fuse is bad.......compare it to another fuse and you will see what to look for. Replace it, now it it blows again, there is a short somewhere and a shop will need to inspect the wires/ sockets for a problem.
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