Seriously, i have been doing aftermarket accessories for years, the RV shop screwed it up. Check the wiring where they. Have tapped into the brake peal switch. They probably tapped the cruise cancel wire and not the brake light wire. Rookie mistake, or perhaps they cut the wire or yanked it fron the socket.Noticed today that my cruise control will no longer engage / set.
Coincidentally (or maybe not), we recently had a brake controller installed by an RV Dealership. The wiring appears to be correct ... and the problem with the cruise control remains even after I pull the quick connect from the brake controller. So perhaps that's all kosher, but even with these two pieces of evidence ... I'm suspicious.
No surprise that the RV dealership says take it to Honda. And the Honda dealership says one of the first things they'll do is "remove" the controller. I hope they mean pull the connector, not remove the wiring?!! The towing package was dealer installed, but of course Honda only includes a 4 pin harness, and won't touch a brake controller. Yet they require brakes on trailers over what, 2k lbs?!
As I say, it may not be related. In the meantime it's amusing that I'm not allowed to add a controller, they won't assist with installation of a controller, yet they require a controller!
You'll need to pull the lower dash cover and follow the pedal up to the switch assembly. Pray to god that they did not use scotchlocks or "t-taps" they are crap!
Best of luck.