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Fuse box Hey my tail lights are constantly on and I had to pull the fuse out of the fuse box in order for them to go off. Do you think that I need to replace the entire box or just the fuse? Its a 92 honda accord.

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Don't replace either one. Replace the light switch (that turns lights on and off) it must be defective, as when it's off power is still going to the tail lights. countrycurt0

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