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I installed the tow hitch on 2007 Honda CR-V. Installation instructions say the tow electrical connection is behind the left hand panel in the back storage area. Have made several attempts to remove the panel without success. How and what do I need to remove the panel?

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Get a flash light and when you pull the panel it will most likely be under the rear tail light....You may need a small flat head and a star head No.2 ....To pull all the screws out and just take your time.

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