Bak Lights problems

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Asked by Nov 07, 2015 at 08:59 PM about the 2001 Honda Accord LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car back lights dot turn on wen i tunr the switch on everything works but
that i tryd fuces and bubs

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83,465

Your back-up lights only work when in reverse, there is not a manual switch to turn them on.

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Not back up i ment to ay the night lights

83,465

You mean the rear tail lights? Do break lights and blinkers work? If this is the case, I would try having the running lights on, and wiggle the bulbs in the sockets a little to see if they come on. Otherwise you may have some bad connections there, would need to determine if there is power back there using a test light. By the way, your kid looks just like you. Very cute kid...

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I need help with my night light to turn the light on is a Honda Accord 1998 please help me out. When I turn the light doesn't work. When I put my breaks at work

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