There's fog lights there in European variants. See if the shape matches, then you could order a pair of those.
Not really much point in putting lights in there to begin with in my view. Why? Because those are designed precisely to be reflectors of headlights behind you.. and when headlights from a car behind you hit them.. they really really do flash bright reflections back at the vehicle behind you. In other words.. working as intended.I think I've given up on this idea. The few I found were either too funky looking for my tastes, or super expensive (i.e.: $159). But more importantly, I simply could not reach the reflector by hand to remove it as the tail pipe muffler obstructs access on each side. Looks like you have to remove the whole rear bumper to get at the reflectors, and I'm not up to that much work.
Thats a big help. It confirms what I thought. I'd much rather splice into a "plug & play" add-on wire harness like trailer wiring than tap into any factory installed harness. Done that twice before ... I used the illuminated door sill accessory wire harness for the extra lights I put in the front doors (didn't actually installed illuminated door sill), and spliced into the ambient foot well light accessory wires to add a light for the glove box. I'll probably order a trailer wiring harness from eTrailer, and knock this project out in a few weeks.On my 2014 CRV, the previous owner bought / installed trailer wiring cord/plug. For extra rear lighting, I simply T-Tapped into its brown wire. Hope this helps.
Possibly, but all the led replacement reflectors I found on Amazon, and elsewhere, were indeed led illuminated, but had absolutely NO reflective material to them once you took a closer look. I'm no DOT expert, but I would question if those (China made) ones that I saw with no reflective material in them are even legal in the US. I knew that no matter what I approach I took, did not want to lose the oem reflective value on the car's bumper. There may be led replacement reflectors out there with real reflectors in them, but I did not see any when I searched.Could have gotten the led replacement reflectors and not had to drill any holes with the same wiring for $40