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Old 06-21-2010, 09:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dashboard fuse diagram

Hi guys,

can someone post up a picture of a '92 Honda Prelude S diagram of the fuse that's at the driver's feet? Mine's not there anymore.

Trying to figure out where's the fuse for the back tail lights.

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try google/. search for Prelude manual.
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look here.

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Thanks guys. Now I got a question. For some reason, my right tail lights isn't turning on when I step on the brakes. Any suggestions as to the steps I should take in order to diagnose this?
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Thanks guys. Now I got a question. For some reason, my right tail lights isn't turning on when I step on the brakes. Any suggestions as to the steps I should take in order to diagnose this?
First off there is a difference between tail lights and brake lights...
If your turn on our headlights and you look and see you have no lights in the rear as well, this means your tail lights are out... If you step on the brake and somebody tells you the light does not come on, that means your brake lights are out...

Before you start thinking its the most complicated electrical problem known to man, put a new bulb in and see if it works. If not then move on to the next possible solution
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