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Old 10 Oct 2008, 08:01 pm
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Default 1987 Honda Accord. Brake light indicator light comes on and stays on.?

When I start the car the brake light indicator light comes on and stays on until I do the following:1) Set the cruise control2) Shut the car off3) Start the car againThen when I stop the car again and start it up again later on, the brake light indicator light comes on and stays on. Puzzled.
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Old 10 Oct 2008, 08:16 pm
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I'm assuming you've already checked the brake master cylinder fluid level as a low fluid level will cause the light to be on all the time. if the fluid level is okay and the parking brake is released then the problem may be with a brake lamp.check your brake lights. that light usually indicates that a brake light bulb is burnt out. be sure to check the brake light above the rear shelf as well.i think you'll find you have a burnt out brake light bulb.hope that helps
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