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My clock light has gone out on my Grand Am - can we replace a fuse to get it working again and if so where is it located?

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The clock light doesn't have a separate fuse, it is on the same fuse as all the lights in the dash, what has happened is that the tiny bulb in it has burned out, this bulb is soldered to the circuit board inside the clock, you will need to remove the clock and replace that bulb, radio shack sells the bulb.

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • stevenvaldro Mar 10, 2011

    how do i remove the bulb? do i take the whole dash board off or is there just certain screws to remove for the clock area?

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