I just removed the clock lamp from my 2001 Honda Accord. The clock assembly is removed from the dash by simply sliding a thin flat screwdriver (or similar device) at the bottom of the assembly and gently pry it up and out. Two cables are attached which don't need to be removed but the job is easier if you do. Both cable connectors are easy to remove without tool. Depress the release latch and separate the connectors. The lamp resides very visibly on the circuit board (do not remove circuit board. Using a small (approx. 3/16 in) turn the lamp 1/4 turn CCW and lift out. FYI, while the cables are detached from the assembly the turn signals and emergency flashers are disabled.
You can also use a plastic hotel key or credit card to remove the clock. Just slide into the bottom lip of the clock and gently pop the bottom of the clock out. Then just pull on the clock.
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you take off the dashbord and get to the clock to change the light
The lightbulb for the clock is blown.
there are many light bulbs on the Honda accord.. what light bulb?
The clock light is an integral part of the clock and is not replacable by itself
More than likely the bulb is burnt out.
just had oil change on saturday. no problems. now brake lamp light on 2000 honda accord ex
i would like to know how you change a headlight lense on a 2003 Honda accord ? i would like to know how you change a headlight lense on a 2003 Honda accord ?
There is no back light for the clock. The clock numbers are actually LED's - there is no way to replace them - the entire clock will have to be replaced.
well you change it from the outside