Question about 2000 Honda Accord
Hello, The following steps will show you how to do that:
1. Check to make sure your engine is off. This may sound like common sense but this is important.
2. Check to make sure your gas cap is tighten. Take it off and place it back on until you hear the gas cap click.
3. Open the passenger side door. Look for the fuse box located on the side of the dash board. You'll see it says fuse. Open the fuse box.
4. Look on the backside of the fuse panel door. You should see a lists of the arrangement of the fuses. Locate the fuse that says "Clock." This should be fuse number 13. Use tweezers or preferably a fuse puller. Pull the fuse.
5. Leave the fuse out for about 10-30 minutes. Place the fuse back in. Your car system will reset. The clock and radio settings have returned to default settings and check engine light should be off.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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