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.
yes they will, the taillights did change( in style), but not the way they bolt in
Do parking and dash lights work? If not, may be fuse most vehicles it is the same circuit
its the tail light fuse
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 somewhere along and both the dash and the taillights are on the same circuit.
The twilight fuse for a 2002 Honda Civic is located under the hood. It is in slot 2 of the engine compartment fuse box and is rated at 15 amps.
There is no critical problem with the Honda Odyssey. They are very reliable.
Honda dashboard lights are powered by a single fuse. The taillight fuse keeps the dashboard, taillights and hazard lights safe. If any of this units cause a short all of the components will not work.
Some of the features of the 2013 Honda CBR1000RR are the light weight aluminium side stand, LED taillights, programmed dual stage fuel injection and removable cylinder block.
550.00 @ Honda of Annapolis. Having the same problem with my 92 Accord.
If the speedo works and the odometer doesn't, it neeeds to go to the speedo shop as the problem is inside the spedo. GoodluckJoe
For a few years there, Honda had a problem with the ICM. It's inside the distributor.
A common problem with Honda cars is that the fuel gauge is stuck on full. This problem is solved by replacing the gauge cluster.
your problem is that its a Honda. scrap it and buy American moron
Perhaps the problem may be that your Honda's clutch is wearing out.
The B123 service code for a 2009 Honda Accord refers to a problem with the computerized monitoring system. The exact problem can be identified by a Honda service technician.
there should be a Honda stamp on the inside center of the rotor
There is a problem with the transmission and you need to get it to either honda or a mechanic.
Go to your local Honda dealer. I would say that yours is an automatic. They have a common problem with the auto clutch. Honda have extended there warranty on the CVT-7 gearbox --- speak to your local dealer
The 1997 Honda Accord is inside storage behind ashtray
Honda Acknowledges The Oil Problem In TSB #11-033 - In July of 2011 Honda quietly acknowledged the problem in the form of a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB #11-033). The TSB says the probable cause of the problem is the VCM (variable cylinder management) and should be fixed by a simple software update at a certified Honda mechanic.
This is a common problem with many Honda models if it bugs you go to the dealer and ask them to let you know what problem is - it may be a faulty seat belt sensor problem, or other simple fix problem.
its inside the the fuse box near your feet
It is inside the distributor.
Inside the transmission.
Its inside the distributor.