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Old 07 Oct 2009, 01:31 am
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Default i need to take out my taillights in my 2004 honda accord sedan?

i need to take out my taillights in my 2004 honda accord sedan?
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Old 07 Oct 2009, 01:46 am
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the bulb or the whole tail light lens assembly?
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Old 07 Oct 2009, 02:31 am
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The bulb easily pops out. You have to remove the plastic cover(s) to get to them, then squeeze the connectors and they come apart. To remove the whole taillight housing, there are 3 bolts that you must undo and the assembly should come out...I heard they are hard to remove.
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Old 07 Oct 2009, 02:46 am
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Well go ahead.
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