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Clock bulb replacement

I have a 1998 civic aerodeck and would like help on how to remove the clock

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  • wads1 Oct 14, 2008

    Thanks for that mate, done all of the above (bit of a pain just for a bulb) and sure enough there was a blown bulb. A couple of quid later after buying a new bulb from Honda, and Houston we had ignition. Clock now shines like a new 1. Cheers for the response.

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Sisters car has the same thing. I don't think they have a bulb to light up the clock. I'm not too sure. I might try again I had to repair the aircon switch before.

How to remove the clock.

You have to remove the center console to remove the clock. (Manual car version)

-Unscrew gear knob.
-Pull out gear shifter cover surround.
-Remove cover plate with small flat blade in little tray aft of the gear stick.
-Remove 2 screws revealed by cover.
-Remove 2 screws 1 on either side of the AFT (not middle) end of the center console.
-Remove aft half of center console.
-Remove 2 screws 1 on either side fwd of air con controls.
-Remove 1 screw underneath ash tray.
-Remove hazard switch and other switch next to clock using a flat blade to pry them out.
-Unclip switches disconnect plugs.
-Remove 2 screws revealed behind switches.
-Take your time to remove fwd console / dash trim (extra screws might be there to take out).
-Disconnect clock plug.
-Remove clock.

Let me know if there is a bulb in there

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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