Question about Honda Pilot
Where is the fuse for the tail lights on a 2009 pilot
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
And the front side lights work?
Just go ahead and check the fuses to put that obvious issue away.
Once you're done with that, then go and check the rear light bulbs. We're working with the most obvious things first here.
After that, then you'll need to check any and all connections to the rear wiring loom as well as the wiring itself, all the way to the front.
I have to say at this point however, that in almost twenty years of working on cars, I have never had a wiring loom or connector issue to the rear side lights only. It's almost always the bulbs, bulb holders, or that someone has made a hash of the wiring.
Posted on Nov 14, 2012
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Open the back hatch of your Honda Pilot and look for two small screws. They will be right behind the tail light. Remove the two screws, using a standard screw driver. You should now be able to pull the tail light box away from the car a few inches to allow access to the sides of the tail light box
Remove the two ball sockets found on both sides of the tail light box. At this point you should be able to move the entire assembly enough to get at the tail light. Inside the tail light you will find three bulb sockets. Remove all three bulbs by turning the sockets to the left.
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