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Brake light how do I change the 3rd brake light in my 2001 honda accord. It looks like something is suppose to be plugged into the gray connection that goes to the bulb, but I don't see any wires.

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  • dianenglish Jan 05, 2009

    Yes, I see where the bulb goes into a gray unit, but nothing is attached to the gray unit to make it operate.

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