Question about 1997 Honda Accord
It happened to me 2 weeks ago, check your brake pedal. there is what we call a pedal stopper (rubber) that pushes the stop light switch everytime you release the brake pedal, and that makes the brake lights shut off. your pedal stopper may be destroyed already. (it looks like a push pin)
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Posted on Aug 26, 2008
IIhave a 88 honda accord with the same problem. Sure nuff this fixed it thanks for the solution. Just needed a camra to catch me standing on my head tryin to push the peddle with one hand and stick something in the hole with the other. could have made 100000 on funniest videos. lol
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