If the taillights and dashlight on a 1994 Honda do not come on until the car is hot inside is there a relay problem and if so where?
As I recall, there is no relay involved in this.
When you say dashlight, you mean the lights on the guages when the headlights are on? (gauge illumination)
When you say taillights, do you mean the 'running lights' that are on when the headlights are on, or the brake lights?
If you are describing both running lights and guage illumination, then that would point to faulty light switch, loose ground wire under the dash, or fault in supply wiring. The gauge illumination has a dimmer module which can be faulty (but very unlikely to affect exterior lights)
If one of these is the gauge illumination, and the other is the brake lights, then this would point to a faulty ground wire connection as the supply circuits to these two functions is not common.
What is wrong with a 1990 Honda Civic that blows the dashlight and tail light fuse but the headlights and brake lights work?
Nothing. In honda's,even up through the later models, the tail lights and dash lighs are on the same fuse. Did you put in a radio? Did you use the dash light feed as a radio ground? Take out the radio, replace the fuse, and try again, if it works, find a new radio ground (I like the heavy black wire on the lighter). Relentless It could be there is a wire the is grounding out…
I am adding lights to the rear window of my 2000 Honda Odyssey how can I get these lights to the front of the minivan - the same way the taillights run?
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My 1990 Honda Accord had a problem of not starting when the temperature of the interior compartment was extremely high such as after setting in the blazing sun for several hours with the window up. I searched the Honda discussion boards and found that the Main Relay part number RZ-0088 has the fuel relay inside, also, and that replacing it will cure the problem. I tried it and so far so good. As I was…