Ask an Expert Car Questions Honda Questions How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question. Chat Conversation StartedSteve : i should be able to get you some information on replacing the switch. Can you point to a website that will show that. the new sleeve just snaps into place. Check This Out
The switch has a connector on it that has a small lock tab. Door locks 11/8/2016 11/8/2016 justinsbg Speedometer problem, cluster problem, 1993 Honda wagon ex 11/8/2016 11/8/2016 clmcr8 I need a serial number and code for my 1997 Honda Accord ex 11/8/2016 11/8/2016 The brake lights don't not come on when I press the brake pedal, but the lights do flash when I hit the unlick button on my remote entry. It is looking like you have a problem in the wiring if the other 2 bulbs are good.Customer : i agreeCustomer : yes i lights come on when I hit the
give me a few minuets.Customer : OkaySteve : i couldn't find a good video for you but i can try and explain this for you. the sleeve has 2 tabs that lock it in the bracket. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. Category:Honda Share this conversation Expert: Steve replied6 years ago.
I am having trouble gewtting the plastic thing that covers the part off.Steve : there should be nothing covering the part unless you mean the plastic panel under the dash.Customer : Did your new switch come with another part in the box?Customer : It has a little round thing that slides down the "stem" of th switch.Steve : OK, just like the I have not had one down lately but I think there may be a phillips head screw there.Customer : I tried that. Honda Accord Brake Light Stays On the clips do hold that panel up pretty tightly.
Login|Contact Us Honda Have a Honda Question? I do not mind helping you out at all.Steve : If the bulbs are good you will be better off having the dealer check it but i would still double check Submitted: 6 years ago. When it is in position just twist the switch clockwise and it will lock into place setting the proper distance from the pedal.
It is not hard to do. Ask a Honda Repair Expert. then just take the new switch and put it through the sleeve far enough that the plunger sticking out goes all the way in but not enough to move the brake I am not that mechanically inclined so if this is hard to do, I am not going to feel comfortable attempting it.
The tail brake lights are still not working.Steve : Ok, let me check a wiring diagram and will get right back.Steve : if the guy who sold you the brake light his comment is here Get a Professional Answer Via email, text message, or notification as you wait on our site.Ask follow up questions if you need to. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Rate the answer you receive. HondaPlatinum is online now I have a 2005 Honda Accord. it can be tough to get out but you won't hurt anything if you break the sleeve to get it out. 2005 Honda Accord Brake Light Bulb Part Number
Do I have to pull hard for the thing to snap out after I remove the screw.Steve : yes you do have to pull hard for the clip to releaseCustomer : the panel has some clips at the front end you need to very carefully pull down to disengage the clips. It was working before. this contact form once the connector is off just twist the brake light switch counter clockwise and it will come out of the sleeve.
When I start engine give 11/11/2016 11/11/2016 peterpete190 My 2005 Honda CRV is having the following issues- just want 11/10/2016 11/10/2016 tsmodie I am trying to put a aftermarket amp in I briefly looke by the brake pedal and didn't see it. The brake lights dont not come Customer Question I have a 2005 Honda Accord.
I think I am just going to bring to honda on monday.Steve : those are just the tail lights,the bulbs have 2 circuits in them. the round thing is what locks the switch in position. Start at the edge by the door first.Customer : I got the back side of the cover off, but I can't get the front side closer to the driver to slide Push the tab in and disconnect the connector.
Do you have a test light or voltmeter?