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How can i replace the bulb for the center brake light on my 2004 odyssey

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The lense should unscrew from the outside , some bulbs are push and turn and some are wedge base which just pull out.
push and turn bulbs have a metal base but the wedge base are all glass.
I changed a high stop bulb on a 2001 odyssey in this manner.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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