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Old 12-23-2007   #1 (permalink)
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Stuck Brake Light Switch

Like the username implies, it's an '88 Civic.

Got a sticking brake light switch (brake lights stay ON when car is off). I have not yet crawled under the dash to check it out. Anybody know if this is a common problem, and what's the likely cause? Will I likely need to clean it, or just replace it?

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Not sure the switch could be cleaned ?? Make sure the plunger is in and releasing when pedal pushed. Unplug switch connector as a quick diagnosis (and to save battery, or pull fuse)
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

arent those switches cheap anyway? could just have gotten worn out.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

i ran into the same problem on my 91 all 4th gen civics 88-91 have this problem and i'm not sure if other gens have it too.

the problem is not the switch ( it could be but unlikly) the problem i had was the plastic disk that pushes the switch cracked and fell out. so theres now a hole in the pedal where that plastic thing was. i just went to home depot and got a bolt and locknut. dont remimber the size though. installed it in the hole and never had a problem since.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

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...Unplug switch connector as a quick diagnosis (and to save battery, or pull fuse)
Doh! Why didn't I think of that?
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arent those switches cheap anyway? could just have gotten worn out.
I just didn't want to do it and find out that wasn't the problem.
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i ran into the same problem on my 91 all 4th gen civics 88-91 have this problem and i'm not sure if other gens have it too.

the problem is not the switch ( it could be but unlikly) the problem i had was the plastic disk that pushes the switch cracked and fell out. so theres now a hole in the pedal where that plastic thing was. i just went to home depot and got a bolt and locknut. dont remimber the size though. installed it in the hole and never had a problem since.
Now, that may have saved me some time and money. That's the first thing I'll check, thanks.

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

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the problem is not the switch ( it could be but unlikly) the problem i had was the plastic disk that pushes the switch cracked and fell out. so theres now a hole in the pedal where that plastic thing was. i just went to home depot and got a bolt and locknut. dont remimber the size though. installed it in the hole and never had a problem since.
And that is why I joined. Nice job, it's as if you were looking at the car. I even found bits of the disk on the floorboard.

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

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i ran into the same problem on my 91 all 4th gen civics 88-91 have this problem and i'm not sure if other gens have it too.

the problem is not the switch ( it could be but unlikly) the problem i had was the plastic disk that pushes the switch cracked and fell out. so theres now a hole in the pedal where that plastic thing was. i just went to home depot and got a bolt and locknut. dont remimber the size though. installed it in the hole and never had a problem since.


This is a little tip to help those with this same problem. You can use one of the plastic door panel clips (holds the door panel to the door) Best of all it's something that you already own if you are having this problem.FREE!
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This is a little tip to help those with this same problem. You can use one of the plastic door panel clips (holds the door panel to the door) Best of all it's something that you already own if you are having this problem.FREE!
Funny, that's exactly what I used, only I bought it rather than taking it from the door. I had to use a washer behind it.

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Hey Jack,
I was gonna' help ya' w/that one, but they were all over you before I could get there. It IS a common problem.....and what is so funny is I used a push pin too.... Usually, unless you see the lights on...the battery might run down or get a little sluggish... happened to my wife's CRX.

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Wow that's really good info my 97 Civic is having the same problem. Can you explain a little further how you made the fix using the door clip? I know what the switch looks like but I can't picture the broken piece that may be causing the problem.

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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

It will push into a hole in the brake pedal arm the disc at the top allows the contact between the 2 to be plastic to plastic & not metal to plastic.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

That worked!!!

You guys just saved me over $50 and a ton of hassle.

Thanks for saving the day.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

I don't get it. Are you saying the (P) parking brake light on the dash is stuck on? Why would you bother with the brake pedal arm?
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

The brake lights in rear were staying on.
When the plastic bit comes out the switch does not get pushed back in to open circuit.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

I had same problem, but now after replacing the plastic clip into the brake pedal, when ever i push on brakes my dash lights up.... and when the headlights go on - my rear brake lights go on... WTF? i cleaned battery terminals & checked fuses. maybe a ground some where? it was all working fine (87 civic hatch Si) till the plastic disc disintergrated. Any help or ideas are appreciated - Thanks
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maybe you installed the clip wrong and the brake pedal is grounding out somewhere? idk its hard to say
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

One of your rear brake/tail bulbs is causing the problem... Somehow the 2 normally separate filaments have gotten together feeding voltage into each others circuit.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Craig - you're a genius! As I checked the tail light bulbs... I saw 1 of the light sockets was melted apparently from BOTH filaments being lit all day...or at least til my battery died. Hopefully I can find a replacement socket and just splice in the new one. MANY THANKS
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Like the username implies, it's an '88 Civic.

Got a sticking brake light switch (brake lights stay ON when car is off). I have not yet crawled under the dash to check it out. Anybody know if this is a common problem, and what's the likely cause? Will I likely need to clean it, or just replace it?

Thanks.
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well first you're going to have to get under there to take a look because it could be just the little plastic part thats held on by a plastic o-ring if not the it's the actual switch lets not hope so lol
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

I currently have exactly the same problem with sticking brake lights and I also had blue pieces on the floorboard. I thought it came from my air freshener (also blue). So after googeling my problem, I found this forum and I was now able to find a rubber washer to temporary fix the problem because it's already 10:45 PM. My lights are now out and I will search for a bolt and locknut or a push pin during daylight.
Thanks to all who contributed to this thread and helped me as a female solve a mystery on my poor little Honda, which is now falling apart in bits and pieces.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

I would try to stay with plastic if possible for the replacement, my 7th gen had a plastic insert as well. There must be a reason to do so.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

I just recently had the same problem with my 97 Honda civic and found little blue remains of this blue stopper looking thing. We rigged it with a piece of rubber and a safety tie. The only problem was it had drained my optima so it took a day to get it fully charged back up.
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

yeah i did the same thing with the door panel clip and it worked! on my 97 ek coupe
Thanx for the great idea..i really appreciate it
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Thanks to all in this forum. I have a 95 civic EX - 5 speed manual trans and had the brake light issue. Fixed it with a door clip. For some reason after I fixed the brake light problem, I've had my cruise control stop working. Anyone had this problem?
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Re: Stuck Brake Light Switch

Bravo, everyone - what an incredibly helpful forum. I just fixed mine with a plastic anchor - just found the right size and slipped it right into the hole, making a plastic-to-plastic connection. No more lights on. I can't imagine how much my repair guy would have charged me. Thanks, alot!!
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thanks everyone, I found the same blue plastic piece on the floorboard and I put it back in and the brake lights are off again. you guys are genius.
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Thanks to all in this forum. I have a 95 civic EX - 5 speed manual trans and had the brake light issue. Fixed it with a door clip. For some reason after I fixed the brake light problem, I've had my cruise control stop working. Anyone had this problem?

I can probably help with that... The M/T clutch switches (both the one for the cruise control, AND the one for the starter interrupt circuit) have the same little plug on the clutch pedal to make contact with them. On my car, they literally ALL broke at the same time...

For you, you have it fairly easy, the cruise control switch is pretty easy to get to. Just look over on that pedal for the same situation as the brake light switch, you'll see another switch over there poking through a hole in the pedal.

You're definitely lucky though. You have to remove the clutch pedal assembly to get to the one for the starter interrupt, because it is wayyyy up top in there and surrounded by metal.... In fact at the moment I have the whole pedal out of my car. I guess I'm going to just go ahead and order the Honda replacement part from the stealership since the last ones lasted for 200,000 miles and 15 years or so...
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