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Honda Accord
Honda Accord EX

Can the clock light on a 2000 Accord be fixed without having to replace the entire assembly?


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2015-07-15 21:35:31
2015-07-15 21:35:31

The clock will pop out of the dash with a small screw driver. Unplug the wiring harness. On the back of the clock is a small light bulb. Turn the slot in the back of the bulb 1/4 turn. Bulbs cost $2.00 - $5.00 dependig on the dealer. Very simple job.

You can replace the bulb without going to the dealership. Radio Shack sells the correct replacement (Part #7219 (272-1092C) 12V - 60mA) for about $1.50 for a two bulb pack. You have to unwind the wire leads from plastic holder. Remove the old bulb and slide the new one in through the holder. Rewind each lead around the hook on each side. These are also the same bulbs for the heat/AC back lights.


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