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Help with 2001 honda accord

My tail lights and viser lights stopped working and the gage lights that light up my speedometer dont work but my brake lights still work and all the lights on the dash work i have checked the fuses and they are all good can anyone help or might know what is wrong?

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Depending on the model, this may be covered under warranty due to a safety recall.

If it is a LX model with a V6, the bulletin is #04-034 for the driver side multiplex failing due to heat build up, and causing this problem.

You can call the D.O.T recall hotline at 888-327-4236 to see if your vehicle is effected by this.

You may also call your local Honda dealer, they should be able to tell you if your vehicle is effected by this.

Have your VIN number ready to give them.

If it is not listed as an effected vehicle, the multiplex is located near the fuse box on the left side. It is about 4 inches long by about 4 inches wide, and is usually beige in color. It is not a serviceable unit, and will need replacement.

Good luck

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