Question about 1997 Honda Accord
Try this... there could be a (break light switch ) its under the dash on the driver side jus follow the break pedal up and there could be a lil plastic sensor that is touching the arm that the pedal is attached to.. it should jus unplug and you can replace it. I had the same problem with my volvo.. should be the same concept... it tells the car when the lights come on... Hope this helps u out.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
There are only two things i can think of, i maybe wrong though.
1. check fuse on fuse box. guide on where the fuse is on the cover of the box.
2. check bulbs, brake lights should be double-contact. meaning there is a high and low light.
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