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I need a new clock assembly for my 2001 honda accord. Where can i find one and how much should they be?

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I would call around to local junkyards to see if any have any 01 hondas, if so go take a look and see if it has the same clock. if so buy it. you could also look on ebay or craiglist for someone parting his old honda out. lastly of course you could call a dealer and ask about a new part. search on youtube for a video of someone pulling out honda dashboard.

Posted on Nov 11, 2010

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Below are the removal instructions from my website www.autoclockrepair.com. I also offer a very reasonable repair service.


1997 - 2001 Honda CRV Clock removal Instructions
The vent bezel assembly needs to come out prior to clock removal.
Follow these 4 steps
1. Using a wide,thin blade such as a putty or butter knife, pry the
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1. Lift up the trim piece around clock; just slide a putty knife under and lift.
2. Take out assembly and look on underside for small gray bulb base ( about 3/16 dia.). It helps if you have the new one to compare.
3. Use small blade screwdriver in slot and rotate counterclockwise to remove. You may have to shake it to get out.
4. Examine the new bulb to find the slots that DO NOT have wires. Put bulb into socket and rotate clockwise with screwdriver in proper slot.
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