well I had a hard time pulling out the black plastic trim on the sport sedan, i shine a flashlight and found that it was screwed in behind and that i cant simply pull the trim piece out easily. This is for the driver side, i havent mess with the passenger side yet.I have a 2013 EX-L Navi coupe and I replaced by fog lights with LEDs. If I recall it's 2 screws and a little tug to get the housing out from the bumper.
Hope this helps.
Yea I think that's what everyone on the forum does for the accord sedan. They just remove one phillip screw and several plastic tabs on the driver side and pull the bumper away to change the bulb. It just bothers me that in the owner manual they made it look so easy, but in reality it was a PITA!After doing mine the "right" way I ended up doing it the easier way around when replacing with HIDs. The pass side is super easy. The driver side requires removing the whole assembly per Honda. But if you just take the one Philips head screw that attaches the bumper on the side and remove two or three of the lower plastic clips the bumper will pull away and you can easily change the bulbs.
here is a great tutorial by another user on the forum, hope this help!Is it a simple task? I want to get yellow bulbs
not necessarily removing bumper but simply pulling the bumper far out enough so you can reach in and change the bulb.No bumper removal needed
It's really easy
2014 Sport Sedan 6MT
http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/showthread.php?p=1475290Guys need some help with bulb size. I have a sedan exl. There's this eBay seller who I am in touch with for hid kits for low beam and fogs. He claims that his h11 and h8s are same. Could that be true?
Thanks to everyonehere is a great tutorial by another user on the forum, hope this help!
not necessarily removing bumper but simply pulling the bumper far out enough so you can reach in and change the bulb.