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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-07-2019, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 1995 Acura Integra and I know literally not a single thing about cars. I noticed that the brakelights dont work as well as any of the front lights except the high beams. I checked the brake light switch which Im sure is is fine. Then i checked the fuses. I used a probe that lights up if a fuse works to check as well as a fuse checker. So i replaced the fuses that werent lighting up on the probe but I noticed they were still good, according to the fuse checker. The new ones i put in arent receiving power. What could the problem be?
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can you post some pictures of the break lights (both in the lights on, no brake pedal position and the brake pedal on position).

It could be a lot of things, Bad Ground somewhere, shorting wiring harness, worn out electrical connector (wire fatigue, pulling out of the plug, etc.) or could even be a weak battery/alternator (less likely)

so next thing I think would help would be pictures (maybe when it's dark for contrast?).

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I mean, it seems obvious, but did you

1. check to make sure the inside and outside of the housing is clean

and 2. install new bulbs?

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