are the brake lights connected to the neutral safety switch on a 1992 acura integra ls?

Asked by Jun 17, 2013 at 09:48 PM about the 1992 Acura Integra LS Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

New brake switch, bulbs are all good, wiring is in great shape but no power to brake
lights, all other lights work.  With the console off I can press on the safety switch and the
transmission lock out will engage

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No. But the brake lights, on most cars are fed from the turn signal switch in the steering column. Have you checked the fuses? Start there. The stop light fuse may be blown. HTH. -Jim

the horn and brake lights are in the same fuse, the horn works, brake lights don't

66,305

Do you have tail lights? Rear turn signals? -Jim

Yes, all lights work except for the brake lights

66,305

Sounds like a bad brake light switch. Maybe you got a defective one. HTH. -Jim

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