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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Somebody from Honda Alabang called me up an upgrade of my
    Civic brake switch upgrade FOR FREE.

    Had anyone have the same experience, just wondering why they
    are going to upgrade the switch!

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    #2
    ano yun brake switch? I'll call and ask my dealer about this...

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    #3
    Sorry it should be brake pedal switch that activate the brake light when you press the brake pedal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvt View Post
    Somebody from Honda Alabang called me up an upgrade of my
    Civic brake switch upgrade FOR FREE.

    Had anyone have the same experience, just wondering why they
    are going to upgrade the switch!
    Pakitanong naman ser sa kanila kung bakit. TY.

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    Yes I will and share here.
    Actually I included the side mirror mount water leak for repair.
    They even offered to go to my office for the installation but
    will be confirmed later.

    i'm using the civic 4x a week, no problem so far i can remember.

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    #6
    any updates on this one?

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    #7
    saan dealer ka?

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    talked yo my SA this morning and indeed there was a recall to replace this brake switch for the '06 civic...ang sabi niya sa akin kasi yun swtich daw eh nad-drench sa grease so nag stock up siya and the result is laging naka on yun break light...

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    #9
    Yesterday, two Technician from Honda Alabang went to my office and install a rubber boot of such to the connector of the brake light. Not the brake light switch itself. Maybe the oil from the steering flooded the connector as I read above.
    My personal analogy was, if the lube is flammable and the connector is loose there might be friction when you pressed the brake. This may ignite . . . safety
    concern.

    The other tech repair the leak on both side mirror, after washing water still dripping long after you dried the car. Now the dripping is gone.

    Yes, this is some sort of recall, although minor.

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    #10
    rvt, anong year ng civic mo? and ano exactly ginawa nila sa side mirrors?

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'06 Civic Brake Light switch