Question about Worldwide 1997 Honda Accord EX 2.7L Alternator - 90 Amps
If the brake light is on, it is getting power, so the fuse is OK.
I would suggest that you check the brake light switch, as it may be stuck in the on position. Brake light switches can be either on the master cylinder, or sometimes next to the brake pedal linkage under the dash. Chances are yours will be on the master cylinder. To check it, disconnect it. If the brake lights go off, the switch is defective and needs to be replaced.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
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