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Old 11-19-10, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Replaced Brake Light Switch (Part#36750-SE0-013) Still having problem

Ok I just did a DIY on replacing my Brake Light Switch and I still cant get my Shifter out of park nor do I have rear brake lights and the D4 is constantly flashing. I read in a other thread that the Brake Light Switch resolves these issues. So if anyone can help me on this one please your input is welcomed. Thanks
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Ok I just did a DIY on replacing my Brake Light Switch and I still cant get my Shifter out of park nor do I have rear brake lights and the D4 is constantly flashing. I read in a other thread that the Brake Light Switch resolves these issues. So if anyone can help me on this one please your input is welcomed. Thanks
Ok Update i did some more research and this is what I got I checked the fuses and I found out that the horn fuse was blown so I replaced the fuse and Wala!!! I have break lights the shifter is shifting ok BUT!! when I blew the horn the fuse blew i put 2 fuses in and the blew everytime and the D4 light is still blinking. So almost but no cigar. Please Help!!!
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if d4 is blinking that's an whole other issue, is the speedometer fluctuating? if so that's a bad vss. The blowing fuse thing sounds like there's and short some where. I'd take that stop light switch back.
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if d4 is blinking that's an whole other issue, is the speedometer fluctuating? if so that's a bad vss. The blowing fuse thing sounds like there's and short some where. I'd take that stop light switch back.
Ok I narrowed it down I noticed my speedometer is not working so thats whats probably contributing to the D4 Flashing and just have to find the wires to the horn. I'm almost there.
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yup bad VSS, you can get an repair kit off ebay for under 100.00 you only need the electrical part. (don't buy a used one)
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If you keep blowing fuse with horn your clock spring is more then likely the problem. But check your wiring 1st.
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If u get a new clock spring make sure it's from a 94/95 legend not 91-93.
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Good to meet you too Willie. I tell ya, when we were walking the Auto-X course and you guys started pulling in, I had no idea who it was until I saw the green machine and we're all like "ooohhhh, that's Willie and the Acuraholicks!"

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If u get a new clock spring make sure it's from a 94/95 legend not 91-93.
Yup you were right a clockspring is what I need so now I'm in search for one
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I would check the horns first and make sure the wires aren't pinched or shorting out, a bad clockspring wouldn't blow the fuse because the button grounds a relay, so your problem is between the relay and the horns, one is by the battery and the other behind the bumper, passenger side.
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The horn attached to the battery tray is really easy to get knocked off a bit with any battery change!
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I would check the horns first and make sure the wires aren't pinched or shorting out, a bad clockspring wouldn't blow the fuse because the button grounds a relay, so your problem is between the relay and the horns, one is by the battery and the other behind the bumper, passenger side.

Yup its the clockspring my cruise control is not working and when I try to set it my check engine and TCS light comes on. and i tested by disconnecting the horns and the fuse still blew.
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