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My '95' Honda Ascot (CE4) dash lights, spot lights & tail lights are not working. Checked all light bulbs, fuse boxes under the hood & under the dash near the drivers pedals, seems to be normal. Sent my car to a Honda specialist, they also seem puzzled over the root cause. The mechanic checked the light switch behind the steering wheel, that also was fine? Still not fixed.....Any help will be greatly appreciated with this issue?? cheers

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I would check for power on the switch and if none work backwards towards the battery until you find power.

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There is no other fuse boxd, replace the headlight switch.

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Did you install the converter, which allows you to use the separate turn signal bulbs? If not, then you did pop the fuse.

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-check the dimmer relay under the hood , in the fuse and relay box.
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This sounds like a bad brake light switch, this switch is located on the bracket that holds brake pedal,you can test for power at switch,also if you remove connector and jump terminals with a wire and see if lights lite, if lights light then switch is bad,

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SOURCE: no tail lights working on honda 2008 CR-V

Did you fix this? I have the same issue....honda states it is a controller unit (after the fuse box....before the lights) If there was a short, there is NO protection!! An obvious design flaw.....$350 part + labor. Let me know how you resolved your issue? EdB

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