On a 1994 Honda Accord, the brake lamp comes on when a tail light is no longer working. The burned-out bulb needs to be replaced. The brake lamp will not come on after the bulb is replaced.
the 1989 Honda accord lxi has a brake lamp light on the dashboard, if the brake lamp light is on, this means you have a brake/tail light out or disconnected
just had oil change on saturday. no problems. now brake lamp light on 2000 honda accord ex
My 1992 Honda Accord Brake Lamp came on several times after I had the Master Cylinder replaced. Turns out the fluid had gotten low. Once I refilled the fluid level, the light stopped coming on.
Low brake fluid level or Parking brake not released completely
It means one of your rear brake lights are out. Not the tailights but the brake light(s).
Normally it means the brake master cylinder is low of fluid. But it can indicate another problem.
it is an indicator. You need to check your brake fluid or your bulb.
IT USUALLY MEANS LOW BRAKE FLUID. JOSE It means the brake lamp sensor has detected a burned out bulb. This can also happen if you disconnect your high mount brake lamp to connect the circuit to a spoiler mounted brake light without changing the sensor. -- dws
Check all the brake lights and dont forget the one behind the back window. That should fix the problem.
If the brakes are still operating normally, check the tail light bulbs.
Normally it means the master cylinder is low of brake fluid which also means your brake pads are worn out or you have a leak.
This issue could mean that the fuse on the indicator light is blown. This could also mean that the brake fluid is low on the vehicle.
check your brake fluid and if that's ok your brake pads'Answer:If the light says "Brake Lamp", it means you have a tail light bulb that needs to be replaced.
Check brake fluid level in master cylinder Make sure parking brake is fully released
My friend has an 87 honda. If the brake fluid reservior on the 87 is not completely full the level indicator will energize the brake light. Maybe yours is a similar problem. dg_8
fuesed breaklamp replace bulb.
It means your alternator is going.. atleast that's what it meant when it happened on my 2000 accord ex.
You have a bad ground.
It means the light bulb(s) on the rear break lights have gone out and your rear break lights do not come on when you depress the brake pedal. Just replace both rear break lights and the sensor will go off. This happened on my 2002 Honda Accord.
if it isn't a fuse or lamp problem, check the brake lamp switch on the brake pedal, if you unplug the switch, and jumper the connection, and you have brake lamps, replace the switch...
It's telling you the brakes need attention. Have a trusted garage check it out now!
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Remove the negative battery terminal (-) for about 15 minutes and most codes will reset.
It illuminates in the run position, and should go out after the engine is started. It would have nothing to do with your brake lights being burnt out.
2 things could be the problem. If the "Brake" light is on that usually comes on when you set the parking brake then it could be the brake fluid is low. Check that. If it is the "Brake Lamp" light then check your brake lights. 1 of them could be out.