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Need Confirmation on 2013 civic Map, Dome, Reverse, Fog, Drl(Highs) Lows bulbs

andre12dbsi

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'15 Acura TLX SH-AWD Tech
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Sedan
I was able to fit a really small flat screwdriver in between the plastic and the housing. If I remember right, there are two really small notches that you use. I put a rag around the end of the screwdriver to not gouge the plastic. It is tight.
 

AZ-HoocH

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Sahuarita AZ
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Civic SI
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coupe
I was able to fit a really small flat screwdriver in between the plastic and the housing. If I remember right, there are two really small notches that you use. I put a rag around the end of the screwdriver to not gouge the plastic. It is tight.
Thank you sir
 

Thesssfactor

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Queens, Ny
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civic si
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Sedan
The Best tool to open up the lights without scratching the plastic is a pick. You need a thin pointed head similar to what dentist use. Flat heads will damage the surrounding plastic.

-sorry for the late response, I've been busy with work.
 
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squiggy

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Michiana
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'12 Civic Si
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DBP II Coupe
These are a life saver for many uses on car work:



The smaller ones have a tip that is quite thin and should work.
 
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