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How do I remove the tail light assembly on a 2007 honda pilot?

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Typically, you need to release interior trim, to gain access to several thumb nuts (can be turned by hand). These nuts retain the entire assembly, and need to be released to access bulbs.

Posted on May 21, 2011

  • cbritt3 May 21, 2011

    I figured our how to remove the assembly. Lift tail gate, remove two nuts and pull the assembly straight out. Assembly a little hard to pull out but it will come out with a little force.

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