Why is my brake light blinking on and off

Asked by Aug 25, 2015 at 01:06 PM about the 2000 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

It comes on sometimes and goes off sometimes ? Anyideas

19,530

Check brake fluid level. If it is low adding brake fluid will make the light go off but you need to have your brakes checked that is a sign of low brake pads.

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or you have a brake fluid leak.

It is the brake light that comes on when u pull the emergency brake ?? That the same one we are talking about and ps this is the original poster of this post but i made a diff account by accident

So i am the one askin the question it is my honda and its the light that comes on when u pull the emergency brake That is the light that is blinking is that my brake light

19,530

Yes they are the same light so check all those things brake fluid level , check for brake leak and make sure the emergency brake lever is fully disengaged.

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