How to remove 2001 Passport taillightcover

Asked by Jan 17, 2017 at 03:16 PM about the 2001 Honda Passport 4 Dr EX SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Taillight screws (2) on side removed,  light assembly loose, but being held by
3rd screw or other part on the bottom and can't get it loose to change brakelight
bulb.  What do I need to do?

4 Answers


The Opel/Vauxhall Frontera/Isuzu Rodeo about year 2000, same model as the passport should look like this. With only two screws and two pins that usually get stuck because of dirt and water. Just use some good silicone grease when you mount it.

The 3rd screw is on the bottom pointing towards the rear. You can easily see it with a flashlight. Then pull the lens assembly straight back away from the vehicle. You might have to jiggle it if feels a bit stuck.

I have all 3 screws out of mine but it's stuck at the top.

No other hardware is holding it on except the 3 screws. Its just stuck to the basket material from age. It will come loose. It should be pulled straight back.

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