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I was able to remove the clock on my 1998 Honda Accord thanks to this wonderful site but I took the clock apart looking for the light bulb and the emergency lights fell out. Now I have it all back together but when I hooked it all up , my emergency blinkers won't stop blinking and my clock doesn't work anymore. HELP!!

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Clock and tachometer lite are out on my car. pretty sure that bulb is part of the instrument cluster, can it be replaced?

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