Honda Odyssey Problem Report

Honda Odyssey Clock Light May Burn Out

(129 reports)

The clock light has a tendency to burn out.

bulb burnt out, removed dash and gained access to clock, remove the gray lamp holder, got new lamp at Radio Shack, reinstalled all working good. -
The light is burned out. Can it be easily (and cheaply) be fixed? -
Interior clock light bulb was burned out. Had to remove and replace clock light bulb. -
The bulb is tiny (smaller than a pencil eraser), cost $7 and you have to take 1/2 of the dash apart to get to the clock! -
Light behind clock was burned out prior to my purchase of the vehicle in 2009 with 80k on it. -
Our clock light burned out in 2010. Didn't bother fixing it. I have a watch. -
clock light burned out at 160,000 miles -
Clock light burned out. -
Clock not visible -- obviously! Take the dashboard apart, at least $50, replace lamp and now 4-way flasher indicator light does not function. -
The clock light just died. -
The clock light burned out long ago. We have not replaced or repaired it. -
had to bring to repair at a tune of 200 dollars and had the lamp to the mileage go out at 103000 -
As already reported -
was already out when we purchased the van -
back lights for clock apparently burned out--not about to pay $50 plus for a $2 battery or whatever. I can see it during the day. -
Clock light is burned out -
Light behind clock went out. I've also had the same thing happen to the radio display. Told that it can't be fixed without replacing the entire radio which was approximately $1,000!! -
Not resolved -
Clock light burns out -
My clock light burns out easily and I cannot see the clock at night. I had it replaced twice since 2011 -
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