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The first generation Honda CRV, produced from 1995 to 2001.

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Back up light switch location

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i hope you’re all well!

Im having issues with the back up light switch. It needs replacing. Apparently I can not find the exact location. The engine is 2.0 liter 147 hp manual transmission. If anyone can share exact location or even photos that would be great!

Thanks in advance!

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I think it’s the one on the darkest photo?

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Hi @stoyanr

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Try posting them again in your question above. Click on Options > Edit > in the Question description bar click on "insert image" icon and follow the prompts.

Alternatively see the link @oldturkey03 provided below

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Hi @stoyanr ,

See the Most Helpful Answer in this link

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Hi, I went through this topic but still struggling to locate the exact location.

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@stoyanr it is located on the transmission housing. If you are unsure, take plenty of good pictures of your transmission etc. and post those with your question. Use this guide Adding images to an existing question for that. We most likely can point it out to you. What is the exact year of your CRV?

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Hi @oldturkey03,

Thanks for the recommendation. Once I get back home I’ll take photo and post them here. It’s 1999

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Is it on the top side of the housing or on the bottom side? Shall I go underneath the vehicle?

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@stoyanr it should be on the top half of it. I don't think it will be underneath but it will never hurt to see to much.

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Hi again guys!

Thanks for the help!

I found the bastard, it’s located right under the air filter plastic housing. Just unscrew the two bolt on the top of the housing and the unplug the air intake hose.

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