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Old 15 Mar 2005, 08:45 pm
Matthew
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Default 1998 accord odometer backlight out..help.

I have a 1998 Accord EX V6. 83k miles. I noticed this AM that the backlight
on the odometer module was not working. The odometer works, but no
illumination.
Question: Is this lit by a replaceable bulb, or is the odometer module a one
shot deal including the illumination? I am prepared to pull the instrument
cluster and replace the bulb myself. While I am there I can replace the low
fuel light that blew (?) over a year ago.
Thanks for your input!!!
Matthew


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