either the switch is not working or a wire to the switch is broken
check your wiring for your lights under the dash or a bad ground
Check all you fuses that is a good possibility that's what wrong.
Check the panel lights resistor switch and be sure that they are not turned off.
Bad bulbs ?- they are double filamented with the larger being for the tailights Bad switch?
you could have possibly bought the wrong bulbs and/or fuses. or when you were replacing them you may have damaged the wires. Also the reverse light switch may be defective.
If all the fuses and bulbs are new and work properly, the lights could be malfunctioning due to a short in the wiring. The wiring may also be damaged or burned out in places.
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Check wiring harnesses - prone to corrosion
It is either a bad relay , cut wire or the wrong wattage bulb .
Check to see that the wiring is still in good shape and that they are all connected. As my previous car aged, this was a problem. Also, check the bulbs and their sockets. Sometimes they are dirty or no longer seat probably.
Answercheck the fusesAnswerTHanks for the reply.I took it to DOBBS and they checked it and said the fuses are good. They advised to take it to the Honda Dealer.I dont know what else could be wrong. im having the same problem but check the switch
First. It sounds like you have some wires in the wrong place. At no time should anything you do concerning your rear lights affect your wipers. You also probably have a short circuit or a broken wire somewhere.
check your fuses, likely culprit
I tried all the fuses, the parts that under the brakes I checked that. All lights come on and working except the brake lights no break lights.
from what i know there are separate fuses for the left side lights and the right side lights so it might be a fuse
Check the bulbs Check socket for power and ground Check wiring to rear light sockets check the fuses There could be issues with the inside of your car an I would recommend going to the mechanic
Check your fuses both inside the cab and under the hood
Try checking the neutral safety switch. This switch is the one in automatic transmissions that makes the backup lights "flip" on when going from park to drive as you go through the gears. When my neutral safety switch shorted my backup lights stayed on constantly.
If i remembor right the dash lights and radio run off of the same fuse in my 86 gmc s15 so u might check that fuse, as well as the running lights might run off of it. GMC pretty much just put random systems together on fuses to cut down on the amount of fuses needed.
You might want to check or replace your dash dimmer light switch. I found this to cause either no dash lights or intermittent lights. Check the fuse box under the hood. The fuse you need is under the hood.
Assuming you mean headlights?? Check the stalk switch check the light relay Check the fuses
Check your fuses.
sounds like a bad light switch.