"Passport" is an Isusu Rodeo. Switch is probably dirty or grimey. Spray into switch and around protruding actuating lever/button with WD40 or Brake Parts Cleaner, then manually (with your fingers or a safe tool), move the actuating lever/button in and out/up and down numerous times fast. Should take care of issue. If not, then replace switch.
There is not an alternator indicator light on a Honda Pilot. If the alternator goes out, the battery will not stay charged.
The indicator light is at the very top of your gauges.Turn your switch on but don't start the motor and look at the top of you instrument cluster It will look like a very small vehicle with all for tires showing.It will light up orange.
because you have the power button turned on,push the button again to turn it off
Yes it does. The license plate light fuse on a 2001 Honda Passport shares the same fuse as the rest of the rear lights.
like what it looks like??.....if so,when your driving the green drive light will start blinking on ur dash
what causes the light to come on
You need oil
If you are referring to the letter "D" (for Drive) - it is a warning indicator of a problem with the transmission. Get it to a shop that can read the trouble codes from the OBD computer to see what the problem is.
To change the brake light bulb on a 1999 Honda Passport find the light housing located in the trunk. Find the plastic covers for the lights and remove them. Pull the bulbs out carefully and replace them.
The check engine light on the Honda Pilot is an indicator that there may be a problem with the engine. This could be minor such as air or water in the gas tank or could be an indicator of something more serious.