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Accord -09 tail light problem

 
Old 12-04-2018, 08:29 PM
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I have odd problem with my tail lights on my accord. If I choose any other position from the switch than off, tail lights won´t be on.
So when I have my lights on (or auto position) tail lights comes off.
The fuses of automatic lights are ok.

Can someone please help me?

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Old 12-05-2018, 05:08 PM
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Default Re: Accord -09 tail light problem

Sounds familiar as someone else had same issue. Check ground bolt in trunk. On left side between tail light and opening.
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Old 12-05-2018, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by josko View Post
I have odd problem with my tail lights on my accord. If I choose any other position from the switch than off, tail lights won´t be on.
Tail lights won't be on if you choose any other position than off?
Does that mean that they are on when the switch is off?
Or do you mean they do not turn on at all?


Originally Posted by josko View Post
So when I have my lights on (or auto position) tail lights comes off.
The fuses of automatic lights are ok.
I would start by checking the grounds as Stuff just said.
Then check to see if there is any voltage going to the sockets?



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Old 12-05-2018, 10:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Stuff View Post
Sounds familiar as someone else had same issue. Check ground bolt in trunk. On left side between tail light and opening.
Thanks! I will check that

Originally Posted by avisitor View Post
Tail lights won't be on if you choose any other position than off?
Does that mean that they are on when the switch is off?
Or do you mean they do not turn on at all?

I would start by checking the grounds as Stuff just said.
Then check to see if there is any voltage going to the sockets?
Only position the tail lights are on is off-position. When it gets dark and I want lights on to my dashboard also, I choose auto or on-position. Then the tail lights comes off. That is not the way those used to be.
I will check also the voltage from the sockets, thanks!
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