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Old 06-26-2009, 12:55 AM   #1
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Question 2001 Honda CRV

Have a 2001 crv and I am trying to get it ready to tow, was wonder if anyone has tried the wiring kit with bulbs to avoid the diode and magnetic lights. Tried to see if there was enough room in the lense but not realy sure, so thought I would aske to see if anyone has tried this and how easy it was to install.
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I have a 2005 Honda CRV. The tail lights have an open area at the bottom of the lens. No bulb there. There is a space for one if you drill it out to fit. I ran wiring from the front of the CRV where it would connect to my coach through the engine compartment then under the chassis through the frame rails. Ran the wire up inside the back. I uses 2357 bulbs since they are brighter than the 1157 stock bulbs. I did not want to do the diode thing either. It works great and looks stock.
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Thanks for the information was very helpful so I will go with this system and thanks for the better bulb advice.
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I have a 2003 CRV that I installed tow brackets and separate bulb in taillight. Its been a great toad from day one. Good luck.
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