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The clock works, correct? It is just not illuminating when your headlights are turned on? If this is the case then it is most likely that you have 2 burned out bulbs. The forester clock bulb is Sylvania bulb part #2723
Hope that helps! I have a bunch of clock related info on my website www.autoclockrepair.com. Let me know if I can be of assistance.
I have removal instructions on my website www.autoclockrepair.com It is pretty easy to do, takes maybe 5 minutes. My tip is to remove the clock bezel when it is hot. Plastic is more flexible and less likely to break when warm. Good luck!
This is a somewhat easy problem to fix. Your "clock spring" is broken. This is a device which allows the wheel to turn and still maintain an electrical connection. They will cost $75 -$250 from junk yards or the dealer. A dealer will be able to replace it in about 1 hour, It requires the removal of the steering wheel.
If your talking about replacing your Forester Clock module, you can find helpful tips at www.subaru-clock.com. If your clock is not working, it is most likely the clock module, which can be refurbished inexpensively at the aforementioned site. A "dead" or intermittent clock display is a common problem with certain years of Subaru.
This is a very easy fix! If your clock is above the rear view mirror, pop off the front of the housing with your favorite pocket driver, undo a couple of mounting screws, and unplug the clock. Reinstall new clock in reverse order.
If your clock is on top of the dash, it just takes a little more elbow grease (push the housing towards the front of the car and then up) to get the housing off. Then, it's the same procedure as I described before.