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Old 06-03-2012, 03:26 PM   #1
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2008 Honda CRV wire harness

Looking at a CRV toad Does anyone know if someone make a wire harness that plugs directly into the Honda's wire harness. Thanks.
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Old 06-03-2012, 03:48 PM   #2
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You can buy a harness that has bulb sockets built in. You drill a hole in the back of the tailights and push the sockets in. It is a easy install. I did one (on a CRV) about a month ago.
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You can buy a harness that has bulb sockets built in. You drill a hole in the back of the tailights and push the sockets in. It is a easy install. I did one (on a CRV) about a month ago.
Mfg & part number if you have it.
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Mfg & part number if you have it.
Go to blue ox baseplate site. Look up your baseplate and find wiring package number.
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Mfg & part number if you have it.
I believe it is a Blue Ox BX8869
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I bought mine from ETrailer.

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For a true CRV plug-in setup try
TowDaddy Plug-N-Tow Tail Light Wiring 02-07 Jeep Liberty - By Tow Daddy
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