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I searched but was unable to find if someone has been able to modify their inner tail lights to work like the 2020’s. I have a 2017 pilot elite. When you step on the brakes only the outer tail lights come on. On the 2020 possibly the 2019 when you step on the brakes the inner and outer tail lights come on. (The 2 on the hatch) and the normal brake lights. Thanks for the help looking to have the 2 inner brake lights come on.
 

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You would need to replaced your none light panels with panels with LEDs. They are $316 each. Is it worth it?
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LIGHT ASSY., R. LID (INNER TAILLIGHT)


Part Number: 34150-TG7-A11
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Part Number: 34155-TG7-A11
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You would need to replaced your none light panels with panels with LEDs. They are $316 each. Is it worth it?
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LIGHT ASSY., R. LID (INNER TAILLIGHT)


Part Number: 34150-TG7-A11
Price: $390.57 $316.36
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LIGHT ASSY., L. LID (INNER TAILLIGHT)


Part Number: 34155-TG7-A11
Price: $390.57 $316.36
You Save: $74.21
Required Qty: 1
You would need to replaced your none light panels with panels with LEDs. They are $316 each. Is it worth it?
#008
LIGHT ASSY., R. LID (INNER TAILLIGHT)


Part Number: 34150-TG7-A11
Price: $390.57 $316.36
You Save: $74.21
Required Qty: 1
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LIGHT ASSY., L. LID (INNER TAILLIGHT)


Part Number: 34155-TG7-A11
Price: $390.57 $316.36
You Save: $74.21
Required Qty: 1
i thought it would be just as simple as supplying the brake light wire to the inner lights. The lights already come on with the parking lights.
 

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i thought it would be just as simple as supplying the brake light wire to the inner lights. The lights already come on with the parking lights.
If it’s the same light elements, the difference could be as simple as adding a diode to pass current from the brake lights to the parking lights. I suspect there is a difference, so that the lights will illuminate more brightly when braking. That could be done electrically with the diode if there is only one light element per side, and they use a higher resistance current limiting resistor to run them at low intensity as parking lights.
 
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