I have a 2003 Honda Element. The indicator light of the heater on the dashboard went out. I would like to know how to get to it to replace the light. I believe I have to remove the entire dashboard to replace it, I don't know where to start to take it apart. Please help. Thank you very much.
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Heater light bulb, and all other bulbs for the air conditioning buttons, are on the same mini panel, and attached to the back of the radio front fascia. To dismount this fascia, you need 1) To pry out (no screws) the clock 2) Unscrew the one screw that holds the top of the fascia (screw is hidden behind clock) 3) Unscrew the two screws at the bottom of the fascia 4) Disconnect all connectors from the back of the fascia 5) Look for the burnt minibulb. You could replace the bulb without disconnecting, but the cables are short, and the possibilities of marring your dashboard are high.
That is bank 1sensor 2 heater circuit malfunction.So generally if you can't see any broken wires at sensor or connector the internal heating element on that sensor went open which happens replace that sensor.
Mine did the same thing. There is an extended warranty for it for 105,000 miles, hopefully you are under that. I was 108,000 miles when mine went out and it is going to cost me between $600-$1000 to repair. It is the circuit board. Call your Honda dealer.