Clock Light May Burn Out on Honda Odyssey

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The clock light has a tendency to burn out.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 104,747 (30,000–265,000)
8 model years affected: 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, more2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
148 people reported this problem
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The light is burned out. Can it be easily (and cheaply) be fixed?
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 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.
Interior clock light bulb was burned out. Had to remove and replace clock light bulb.
Clock light burned out.
clock light burned out at 160,000 miles
Clock light burned out. Replaced the light using youtube video and RadioShack replacement bulb for $2.00.
The clock light just died.
had to bring to repair at a tune of 200 dollars and had the lamp to the mileage go out at 103000
Our clock light burned out in 2010. Didn't bother fixing it. I have a watch.
My clock light burns out easily and I cannot see the clock at night. I had it replaced twice since 2011
Clock light burned out. Had to disassemble the dash to replace the bulb.
Light burnt out on clock. Changing fuse did not fix. Problem unresolved still.
Clock light failed. Told by dealer it was too expensive to be worth fixing.
Clock back light gone.
Known issue that Honda should have recalled.
Burned out and way too expensive to replace.
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 burned out long ago. We have not replaced or repaired it.