Why is my brake system light on Honda Accord?
Brake System Warning Light: If you see the word “BRAKE” shining in red, it means your car needs more brake fluid. This light also indicates a problem with the brake system. Charging System Warning Light: A red car battery symbol on your dashboard shows a problem with the battery and charging system. via
Why is only one brake light not working?
If one or more of your brake lights isn't working properly, it could mean one of three things: The brake light system fuse is blown, the brake light bulbs are burned out or the brake light wiring switch is broken. All of these issues are easy to troubleshoot. via
How do I know if my brake lights are bad?
As noted above, once per week, take a few minutes during your day or evening to check if all brake lights are working. If the parking lights work (meaning the rear lights that turn on when the headlights are active), but when pressing the brake light the light does not work, have the tail lamp bulb replaced. via
Why does my dash brake light stay on?
If the dashboard light remains on, it's telling you that thre is a brake system problem that could prevent you from stopping your vehicle. Turn off the engine and arrange to have the vehicle transported to your trusted mechanic. via
How do you change a brake light on a 2009 Honda Accord? (video)
Can I change my own car headlight?
Fortunately, it's often easy to change a headlight. Most of today's halogen high-intensity-discharge (HID) or light-emitting-diode (LED) bulbs are simple to replace. They are held in place by thin wire clips or rotating bayonet-style retainers. via