Alecia, Sounds like the switch near the brake pedal is sticking. Check the switch and the pedal height adjustment. I know it sounds complicated but it really isn't. This problem should be fixable with adjustments to the switch and/or brake pedal. . John In Montana
I had the same problem. There is a plastic piece on the brake pedal that pushes a solenoid when the pedal returns to the upright position. Its a round white piece about 1/8 inch thick. If it is completely missing you will only see the hole where the piece fits.
As a quick easy and cheap fix I simply superglued a penny over the hole. Not the best looking fix but it helped keep my battery from draining.
The running lights have a bad ground.
check fuses, and then check for power to the bulbs check for power in and out of brake switch
No it will not.
The brake booster on a 1990 Honda Civic is held in place with several mounting bolts and the brake master cylinder. Remove all the mounting bolts, vacuum lines and the master cylinder. Go underneath the dash and remove the plunger from the brake pedal. The booster will fall out. Replace the unit.
Daytime running lights on a Honda Civic are the same as normal headlights. To fix or replace them, locate the headlight housing in the front of the car. Remove the plastic housing and replace the bulbs.
Let me know if you have found out the answer to this question i need to disarm my 1990 Honda civic also
what is code 14 in Honda civic 1990
Try looking at the workshop manual http://manualfile.com/Automotive/Honda/honda-civic-1988-1990-workshop-manual.html
What size gas tank does the 1990 Honda Civic Hatchback have?" i have a 1990 civic and i have never been able to put in more than 10 gal.
How do you adjust the kickdown cable on a Honda Civic 2000 ex
NO, they have two completely different motors.
The starter of a 1990 Honda Civic is located on top of the transmission housing. There are two bolts mounting the starter to the transmission.