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I have a 2009 CR-V 4wd in need a diagnosis. The vertical brake lights on the back, the stoplights, will not illuminate when the brake is applied. Here is what I have tried so far:

  • Bulbs currently installed are OK and come on when the headlights are turned on
  • Replaced Fuse #15 under the dash as it looked fried
  • Replaced the stoplight switch on the brake pedal
I am still getting no illumination. Does anyone have an ideas, please?

Many apologies if there are a million posts out there already on this, I tried a few searches but did not get any finds that seemed useful.

Thanks!!
 

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If you noticed fried fuses there is something along the line that damaged it. Follow that damage back for a short.

Tap the wiring on tail to make sure its getting the signal, then harness to the wiring etc

Did u check if brake switch is getting power?
 

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Hello Friends!
The vertical brake lights on the back, the stoplights, will not illuminate when the brake is applied. Here is what I have tried so far:

  • Bulbs currently installed are OK and come on when the headlights are turned on
I am still getting no illumination. Does anyone have an ideas, please?

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The lights you mention are NOT the brake lamps. They are the running lights.

Two of those rear bulbs are dual-filament (brighter for brakes). I'd suggest replacing the two lower ones.

Be sure to report back.
 
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