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2004 Honda CRV tail lamp assembly

How do I change the tail lamp assembly on a 2004 Honda CRV? I was able to remove everythoing except for the wires which appear to go deep into the vehicle.

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Remove the grommet the wires go through, you may be able to reach the connector or remove inner trim panel.can you not use the original loom and just change the light unit?

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  1. Remove the tail lamp assembly retaining screws from the body.
  2. Release the locking pins by pulling the assembly directly rearward.
  3. Disconnect the tail lamp assembly connector.
  4. Remove the tail lamp circuit board from the assembly.
To Install:
  1. Install the tail lamp circuit board into the assembly.
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Raising the liftgate with the liftgate window open can damage the high mount stop lamp, liftgate hinges, and the liftgate window.
  1. Raise the liftgate.
  2. Lower the rear of the headliner by removing the rear headliner pins.
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  4. Remove the high mount stop lamp grommet from the body.
  5. Lower the liftgate.
  6. Open the liftgate window.
  7. Remove the high mount stop lamp retaining screws from the liftgate window molding.
  8. Remove the high mount stop lamp from the vehicle.
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