There should be a switch located on the shaft that the brake pedal is attached to. Check the wiring and listen for a click when the brake is depressed. If everything seems okay, use a wire to jump across the two contacts and see if the brake lights go on. If this fails, then you have a broken wire somewhere in your brake light circuit. Good luck.
If you are talking about the dash indicator light, it should go out if all the brake lights are functioning properly. Don't forget the brake light in the rear window.
Your problem may be with any or all of these three items: The fuse, brake switch or bulbs in the brake lights.
It means one of your rear brake lights are out. Not the tailights but the brake light(s).
Adjust or replace the brake light switch.
It may be a defective brake light switch. The location of the brake lights fuse is listed in your owner's manual.
You can buy two good brake lights at Advance Auto Parts for 9.99 plus tax. You can also get them for 4.99, for comparable lights.
The same thing happened to me. It's the brake lights switch either under or over the brake pedal. The same thing happened to me. It's the brake lights switch either under or over the brake pedal.
the parking brake may be stuck and that causes the brakes to lock up completely, and the horn and lights will stick work if the parking brake is stuck.
why do the back lights stay on when the car is off and the brake release is checked on a 1994 Honda accord
The brake lights and tail lights are separate wiring systems. Even some of the bulbs may have two separate bulbs in the same glass housing. If the bulbs are in fact working, then the next step would be to test the brake switch under the dash. When you depress the brake pedal the switch is pushed creating a connection to turn on the brake lights.
They are different sets of bulbs. You'll have to check the bulbs and wiring if necessary.
Assuming you have the lights turned off, you are seeing the brake lights. They are more than likely on because the brake light switch is defective or out of adjustment.
check for blown brake light bulbs and broken wires. also check brake light switch on brake pedal
check the fuse and all the light bulbs
You do not need the key in the ignition to make lights work. They are "hot" all the time. The reason you Sid marker lights are coming on at the same time is because you have a bad ground in one of your brake lights. It's allowing electricity to jump from the brake lights to the tail light circuit. Take the brake lights apart, clean up all the rust and make sure they "ground" to bare metal. Problem cured.
Check all the brake lights and dont forget the one behind the back window. That should fix the problem.
Defective or out of adjustment brake light switch.
The brake light switch is stuck or out of adjustment. If it is a mechanical switch it is located somewhere on the brake pedal swing arm. If it is a pressure switch it is located near the Master Cylinder.
Year? Brake lights on the car? The dash? I would suspect you have a problem with the brake system. Check the master cylinder to see if it is full. If so, take it to a professional for inspection.
Try checking the driver side dash between dash and the door.
Yes, it has brake lights.
Brake lights and horn on a 1992 Honda Accord are all wiring into the same fuse. The fuse is located inside the engine bay fuse box rated as a 20A fuse in slot 42.
Go to dealership and buy a plastic piece that goes on the brake pedal to turn the switch on and off. This little plastic snaps into place. The insert breaks after years of use and can easily be replaced by holding the brake pedal down and push it into place.