The clock on a 2002 Honda Civic can be reset in two ways. Removing the right tire will allow access to the clock controls. Our using the radio buttons to select the appropriate time.
92-95 Civic is a time machine. You do not need a clock, you need a calendar and the biggest spoiler you can find. XvoltM2
The clockspring is replaced by removing the airbag, and by removing the steering wheel. From there disconnect the old clock spring, and put in the new clock spring, and replace everything in reverse order.
use the clock button on dash Also one for the hour and one for the minutes
This information can be found in the owner's manual.
Your owner's manual will contain this information.
hold boton that says clock then use the preset #4 and 6 for time ajusting
There really is no need to "reset it". on my 95 civic, you push and hold down the H for hours and M for minutes.
There is no bulb, the clock is actually an LCD. The clock will have to be replaced.
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.
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No, it will have no effect on the clockspring.
Hold AM button on radio. After 5 secs. Clock will blink and then use the disc plus and minus to adjust hour and seek + or - for minutes.
that mean the clock spring is bad and you need to replace it is behin the steering wheel is a round plastic box.
On the stock radio of the 01-05 civic the clock button that the book is referring to is one of the preset buttons. Look for the small letters that read "clock" on preset 4-6. Sorry i don't know the exact but it's definitely one of those.
a clock powered by a spring
replace the clock spring
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GENTLY PRY OUT THE BOTTOM OF THE CLOCK WITH A SMALL FLAT SCREWDRIVER TAKING CARE NOT TO MARK THE FASCIA, THEN PULL OUT THE CLOCK BEHIND OF WHICH YOU WILL FIND THE BULB CONNECTED, UNPLUG THE BLOWN BULB TAKE IT TO HONDA OF HALFORDS AND BUY A NEW BULB. RECONNECT THE BULB PUSH CLOCK BACK INTO HOUSING.JOB DONE.
The clock face plate will come off with a small screw deiver. The bulb is right there. It costs about $20.00.
i did this a few years back. It really was not too hard at all. Just make sure u disconnect the battery!
Give it to the professionals to do, it requires disassembling the air bag.
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