The problem with the clock/radio bulb may not be with the bulb itself. I just took my '03 Accord to the dealer for the same or similar problem and it was diagnosed as a short in the radio. Not only did my radio/CD lights not work, but the other lights in the center console didn't work. The dealer replaced the entire radio/CD unit, which solved the problems. Don't know if this is the same sympoms your's is having, but hopefully your warranty is still valid and your dealer will take care of you.
To reset the clock on a 2003 Honda Accord the battery can be disconnected. Another way requires removing the radio fuse located inside the cabin fuse box.
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To set the appropriate code on a radio in a 2003 Honda Accord go to a dealership. Each code is made individually for every car and will need to be reprogramed by a service tech.
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The radio fuse is used for the CD player on a 2003 Honda Accord. To reset the radio pulled the specified fuse out of the fuse box.
Bad clock motor, replace!!!
install a radio
hold clock+seek for Hours hold clock+discs for minutes
Failure of the display on 2003 and later Accord radio/CD players is evidently common. Because it's a commonly known defect Honda should replace the radio free even if it's out of warranty. That's a VERY good thing because the radio/CD changer itself will apparently set you back about $800 just for the new part from Honda.
Necessary or optional?
a picture of the radio would be helpful
check the fuse under the dash
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To set the clock on a 2003 Ford Mustang radio press the menu button repeatedly until the hours and minutes display on the screen. From there use the up and down arrows to set the clock.
No, but you will have to reset your clock and radio presets.
You're radio is not working because the circuit board may be the problem. If you have less than 105 k miles on you're Honda accord then I would suggest that you take it in to get the circuit board replaced on you're radio.
Under the FM button on your radio, it says clock. You hold that button down until the clock on the radio blinks. You then use the numbers 4 and 5 on the CD changer to adjust the hour and minute. This answer is for a type-s.
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turn your radio off by pushing in the volume button, when the radio is off press the search arrows up or down to change the hour and minutes, when finished setting the clock turn the radio back on
The only thing you will have to reset is the clock and the radio presets.
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
Exchanging an OEM single CD radio with an OEM 6 CD radio is a simple upgrade which requires the use of a proper wire harness to ensure radio usability. Once the stock radio is removed from the dash the 6 CD changer will plug right into the proper OEM wire harness.
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