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Ashtray light connection loose

Light will not stay on, except for when jarred (sometimes). I'm unsure how to access this light & it's connection. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks.

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This is part of the park-dimmer circuit (CR-V)
to fix this, requires only access and risk.
most folks ignore it but not me, id risk breaking this old plastic.

the FSM covers this ,so is no secret, "body section"
alldata dot com might in the body section
in some cases you must remove the front bezzel
they pry off, (risk) and gain access to the lamp holder.
if you look on line at the parts section of any online honda dealer
you can see the full blow up drawing and all those hidden clips
for free. ever do that, buy a part online at a dealer yet?
i use special plastic pry bars to pull these.

see body pages. the real FSM shows removing just about anything on car. get the FSM.

Posted on Jan 17, 2014

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