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Old 06-17-2006, 08:17 AM   #1
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Default 1998 Accord Clock Bulb Replacement

I have a 1998 accord ex. I need to replace the light bulb in the clock. Whats the easiest way to get to it. Thanks
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Default Re: 1998 Accord Clock Bulb Replacement (bub0440)

Head out to your local honda dealership and ask for one. I had the same problem and they gave me a replacement for 2 bucks. Click the image to open in full size.
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Default Re: 1998 Accord Clock Bulb Replacement (yamkoo100278)

How do I get to the bulb? By removing the glove box or does the clock open up some way?
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Default Re: 1998 Accord Clock Bulb Replacement (bub0440)

The clock and hazard light button pops out using a knife (cover the blade so it doesn't scratch your dash board). Put the knife below the clock/hazard light assembly and gently pry the clock out. Disconnect the cables to remove the assembly. Once it's out I think you have to take off the back of the clock to get to the bulb - it's been a while since I've replaced mine so I can't remember for sure.
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Default Re: 1998 Accord Clock Bulb Replacement (moabiker31)

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I think you have to take off the back of the clock to get to the bulb
Nope. There is an indentation in the back cover for the bulb. You will be able to unscrew it without removing any covers.
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