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Instrument panel lights and running lights do not work, fuse is fine, changed the battery

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    Instrument Panel and Running Lights won't come on in my 1999 Honda Accord LX

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    I have the same problem, the dash lights and the running lights are out.



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Under the Hood there is a Fuse Relay Box on the Drivers side close to the Top. In that box is a Relay Labeled "Illumination" Change this Relay.

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Look in the Fuse Relay box under the Hood and Replace the Guage Relay. Should get it Fixed.

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SOURCE: changing instrument panel light bulbs

You have to remove the entire cluster assembly to get to the bulbs, there is no other way, no room for this man's hand at the back.

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SOURCE: Dashboard Lights

there is light bulbs behind the instument cluster. You will have to remove the screws, than pry off your panel and change the bulb.

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clean bulbs socket out using the electronic spray cleaner for electrical connectors.

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2003 excursion 2wd xlt 5.4L died the day after instrument gauges, alternator & battery went bad (around 11 plus volts). Under-Dash instrument fuses #35 & #41 were OK. Put in new battery & a rebuilt alternator, gauges were still bad. Car died again the next day from alternator/battery. Recharged brand new 930 amp battery. Found small ignition fuse blown under dash, possibly #27 or #45. Check all your under dash fuses. Replaced the blown fuse & the gauges started working. Tested alternator while running at 13.8 volts. I possibly wasted $250 on a rebuilt alternator when gauge & alternator problems may have been due to a small blown under-dash fuse. Will see if battery remains charged during next few days. I have a trans. temp. gauge & charging system warning light in place of alternator gauge. Warning light didn't glow likely due to the blown fuse. Experts please feel free to comment.

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Radio Connector:

Light Green / Yellow - Hot at all times (Fuse 8)
Yellow / Black - Hot in ACC or Run (Fuse 11)
Light Brown / Red - Goes to instrument panel dimming rheostat (Fuse 4)
Red - Ground
White / Purple - Hot in ACC or Run (Fuse 11)

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White / Light Green - (+) Right Instrument Panel & Door Speaker
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Both 2003 oddyssey brake lights dont work High

clean bulbs socket out using the electronic spray cleaner for electrical connectors.

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