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I just failed inspection today. My center brake light works, the others don't. I checked the bulbs, they are good. The horn/brake light fuse is good.

I found a post in Honda Pilot forum where there is a little black box near the spare tire, and there's a connector going to it. If that connector gets disconnected, it will cause the same problem as I have. But I don't see that in my CR-V.

I guess it must be the push switch on the brake pedal has gone partially bad?

Any ideas?
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- John
 

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Just an fyi! If your brake light push switch goes bad, the first thing that will happen is: your shifter will lock up. Safety feature that Honda did to all models. Happened to my 2003 Accord.

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what exactly are the dual filament bulbs?
The bulb number is 7443. This has two filaments inside--one lights up when you turn your driving lights on at night, and the second filament is brighter and provides the brake light (and in some cars, also the turn signals).
 
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