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Old 22 Mar 2008, 09:51 pm
Mike Costello
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Default 1993 Civic Replace high stop lamp

How do you get the high stop lamp assy out of the spoiler on a hatchback so
you can replace the lamp?
I have never done it because the assy wont come out of the spoiler and all
manuals indicate it is supposed to slide right out the hole after you remove
the mount screws. I tried a few times before and always closed it up
unfinished thinking I could do it later but now I really want to get it
done. I removed the whole spoiler from the car and I still cant get it out
or get the new lamp back in the back of the assy.


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