Before you start posting on this site you will need to register. It came in a package of two bulbs. i just got my car on the road (just sold my integra) its a 1995 civic DX hb. there are probably some wiring diagrams over at the autozone site...please narrow down which of the civic models you have... have a peek here
How can I fix this without taking it to a professional? iTrader: (95) 2002 Honda Civic Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: NV Age: 36 Posts: 51,304 Images: 178 Rep Power: 698 Re: Help! Unless these bulbs burn out in a different way, then I'm lost 03-02-2010, 08:38 PM #8 (permalink) midnitesi Senior Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Location: jacksonville fl I am having the same problem with a 2000 civic ex coupe...how do i test the wires? http://www.civicforums.com/forums/21-i-c-e-electrical/318890-help-brake-lights-wont-work.html
that is not related to the brake lights. Registered Users do not see the above ads. You need to look at the connections and make sure they aren't corroded. The filaments, both of them in each bulb, are not cut.
If that is not working either, then it is a fuse. The center high mount stop light would also not work if it was a fuse. Bought new bulbs and the lights worked ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Last edited by BlueSi4; 03-05-2010 at 04:38 PM. 2006 Honda Civic Brake Light Fuse I haven't removed the bulb to see if there is a 2nd filament and if it is broken, but if I am seeing a voltage change on the 2nd pin I
if its tail light and brake light, it should be 2 seperate filaments as they are on 2 seperate circuits. its all brake lights? ckotula 98 views 1:15 How to remove ink security tags that are left - Duration: 1:48. neither side lights up, seems unlikely both would burn out dont you think? __________________ aim: lichen91 - lichen in #cars on EFnet 04-27-2002, 09:27 AM #7 (permalink) b16 h/b
those two pieces on the side of the box should pop out so the whole box will rotate down to the floor. __________________ 2002 Honda Civic EX Auto 06-24-2009 2007 Honda Civic Brake Light Switch Which lights were out exactly? Check the sockets that the bulbs go into for same thing.. I'm not trying to dispute what your saying, I'm just trying to understand how your trying to explain it and how I thought it!
mikez, Jan 24, 2004 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... http://honda-tech.com/forums/acura-integra-6/rear-brake-lights-not-working-2971468/ there are THOUSANDS of wiring diagrams without an index..looks like light green is your wire color..time to use a test light or a digital volt meter to monitor the power to Honda Civic Brake Light Fuse Take a look around to view Honda Civic discussion; including a photo gallery, maintenance information, tech tips, as well as ways to get better performance from your Honda Civic. 2006 Honda Civic Brake Lights Not Working After I plugged it back in, the right tail light, which is also the brake light, did not come on at all, either for the running light function or the brake
One is the running/brake light, and the other is the backing light. navigate here Page 1 of 3 1 23 > LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes 03-02-2010, 07:59 PM #1 (permalink) BlueSi4 Senior Member Join Date: Apr 2007 Location: New Yawk However, this afternoon while I was tinkering I was hearing a 'click' while depressing the brake - from the gear shifting area (automatic). ones power and ones ground. Honda Civic Brake Light Fuse Number
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if i disconnect the lead from the switch should the lights turn on since there is no switch and its an open circuit? 2000 Honda Civic Brake Lights Dont Work They added a shroud around it. 02-11-2011 #18 Dave37 Registered!! If your license plate lights are working then it's bulbs or wiring.
iTrader: (95) 2002 Honda Civic Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: NV Age: 36 Posts: 51,304 Images: 178 Rep Power: 698 Re: Help! But I'm thinking along the lines of like my livingroom lights for example. 6 were replaced as part of a renovation and in three years I have changed two with a it can't be much wiring or difficult to get to if it's by the back seat/trunk 06-28-2009 #11 CraigW 25+ Years Driving Japanese Automobiles iTrader: (1) Garage is empty, 2002 Honda Civic Brake Light Fuse Thanks for the help! 06-24-2009 #7 gearbox Premium Member Hey!
Sign in Transcript Statistics 161,755 views 616 Like this video? he never replied.. When the tail lights are on and I step on the brakes, the left tail light gets brighter, but the right one stays the same. this contact form Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.
BundysGarage 15,081 views 2:30 Brake Light Switch Replacement - Duration: 7:47. thanks. __________________ aim: lichen91 - lichen in #cars on EFnet Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links SuperHonda.com Advertisement Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « LSD differential question | Door THE RECALL BEGAN ON OCTOBER 2, 2007. You may have a problem in the column switch, flasher unit or hazard flasher ass'y unit as they all control the power to that bulb and when the bright filament will
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HAWWBCOM2 Home Store Videos Register Message Boards Photos Civic News Sponsors Advertise 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum > Honda Civic Technical > Mechanical Problems & Technical Chat Brake Lights not One is black. i dont know how to verify if the switch is actually working though. do you guys know?