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Change bulb on 3rd brake light on 2005 honda accord

I cannot get the bulf assembly to out to change the bulb. Does it screw off because i cannot see any clips that keep it attached.

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Check for screws from the inside of the trunk,  If none then unit should slide towards front of vehicle, many melt into place due to high bulb temp in small plastic housing

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The hight mount brake lamp in the back window of my 91 honda accord is not working, all my othere light work perfect just that one light in the back window is out. i changed the light bulb but thats not...


If you have already checked fuses and bulbs, you can do the following:
If you have a multimeter, set it to DC voltage 20 and remove the light bulb. Have someone else press the brake pedal and touch your leads from the multimeter to the contacts (one lead on one, the other on the opposite terminal) and see if you're getting 12-14 volts DC. If you are getting the proper voltage, then the bulb should be replaced with a known working bulb.
If you are getting no power when the brake pedal is depressed, you have a break in the wire somewhere and will need to track it down.
Sometimes, there is a separate fuse for the 3rd brake light - have you checked for that fuse?
It's possible the wire leading to the 3rd brake light has been cut or otherwise damaged - possibly from overloading the trunk and items physically damaging the wire.
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If all else fails, take your car to a qualified technician for a closer look.

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2. Determine which of the two bulbs is burned out: tail/stoplight or turn
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3. Remove the socket by turning it one-quarter turn counterclockwise.
4. Remove the burned out bulb from the socket by pulling it straight out of its socket.
5. Install the new bulb in the socket.
6. Reinstall the socket into the light assembly.
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To me it sounds like a grounding issue...it's an 8 year old car so quite
possibly the chassis ground that the tail lights connect to is no longer
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