Question about 2004 Honda Element
It worked fine but then it went out. I had the oil changed a few months ago and when I got it back they had reappeared but a few weeks later went out again. I took it to the same place but they didn't know how to fix it. I have checked all my fuses and they are all fine. I dont have an owners manual. what could it be.
I assume you are referring to the odometer. It has two lights, and if both are out you will not see the mileage unless you use a flashlight. It is not hard to replace these lights yourself but if you take it to a dealer they will charge you a fortune - I had one quote of $200. They said the dash has to be removed which is bull. I have done it twice now and it takes about 10 minutes. Here's a link that shows the steps (the link is for changing the lights to LEDs but you can just use it to change the standard bulbs). http://www.cardomain.com/ride/807962/2
I found this out on HondaElementOwnersClub.com, which is a great site for all things element.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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