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Get your hands on a manual......(OEM or Hanes, etc) either online or from someone who owns the same car. It's the only way to find the correct fuse to see if that's the problem.You could start by checking the color code of the wires to the light........then look for the same color back at the panel.....but that's a pain.Good luck, buddy!
The tail lights in your 2011 Honda Odessey are computer-controlled. The fuse that protects the tail lamp circuits is FUSE Number 22, located in the underhood fuse and relay box located in the right rear of the engine compartment. It is a 10 Amp fuse. There is also a tail light relay located in the same box.
Please NOTE: If the fuse is blown, the cause of the fuse blowing MUST be located and repaired. Simply replacing the fuse will only result in another blown fuse.
Also, relay failures are pretty rare. If you can find another relay in the relay box with the same part number on it, you can swap them to see if this helps. If this does not get your tail lights working, you will have to scan your computer network for possible fault codes in order to locate the cause of the problem (which is really a good idea to BEGIN with).
the backup lights and cigar lighter are located in under hood fuse box on drivers side of vehicle. both are mini fuses.the fuses have a number diagram to find them. backup lights are #42 and cigar lighter is #34
The rear compartment fuse block is located in the trunk of the vehicle Access the fuse block through the trunk panel on the driver's side of the rear cargo area. The fuse for parking lights is 6 it uses a mini 10 and the relay is number 27 the cover on the fuse box should tell you which is number 6 and which is number 27
You probably put lower amp fuses in places needing higher current ones - no big deal. The fuse box cover should have the size and location of fuses. If not get a Chilton repair book or look online - it's free this way. If you don't have a meter to check your fuses just buy new ones and replace them. Make sure car is off before replacing. Disconnect the positive battery lead for about 30 seconds and reconnect to reset check engine light. Then go somewhere where you can floor it a few times and go through the gears. This will establish a new acceleration curve.