We had the same car -- the trick is to come in from inside the hood. There's a greyish plastic piece that sticks through the whole headlight assembly (it's the light itself), and is connected to power by slide-in electrical connector. Pull the electrical connector out (wiggle if needed, pull firmly) until the old bulb is disconnected. Twist right (counter-clockwise) 1/4 turn and the old lamp should come out easily. Reverse the procedure to install the new lamp.
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You very likely have a defective bulb socket, get a replacement from a auto parts store and wire it in, remember only cut and connect one wire at a time to avoid confusion. Solder and shrink tube the connections to the new socket is the best method, do not use crimp connectors or heaven forbid "twist" and tape the wires together. If you feel you don't have the skill have a shop repair it.
it shouldn't,, But with Honda who knows, normally unless its just a bulb they all either work or not, so if you have the right side out, change the bulb,, if it works the center one is out too, be sure when replacing the bulbs to check them before you put them in, and clean any dark or burn spots in the holder, Ive had numerous times a "new" bulb was no good,
remove a few of the clips on the inner fender liner, depending on which bulb u are replaceing(left or right?) turn the wheels in either direction and u will be able to slide ur hand or arm between the liner and fender to gain access to the bulbs and connectors..do not remove the battery .
the bulb gets replaced from the back the front headlight covers do not come off .You first have to unplug the wiring connector to the bulb you are replacing which sometimes is a pain then you twist the ring that's around the bulb to unlock it from the housing then pull the bulb straight out .If the bulb your replacing is on the same side as the battery you will need to remove the battery because there wont be enough room for you to access