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Thack79 
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Replaced a deck in a 1999 honda accord and now the back light for the clock is not working (The clock works however). Is the light controlled by something in the radio harness????

dosxx 
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did you replace it with another factory stereo or an aftermarket deck?
Thack79 
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aftermarket. (sony)  is there a wire on the radio harness that controls the light in the clock?  illumination??
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Don't stress out it's the bulb in the clock is burned out. It should be $1.50 from the dealer to fix.
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Actually it's normally not a blown bulb. This is a common issue, I work for Best Buy and have read a tip thats calls for you to tie the orange wire (Not the orange\white) from the harness to ground. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn't.

Bill

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I had a customer come back with this complaint.  I replaced the bulb on the back of the clock and all was well.

If you look on the back of the clock there should be a little gray 1/4 turn light socket.  You turn it and the thing comes out.  I believe the leads of the bulb are wrapped around the holder, but its been a years since I've changed one of these.

Kevin Pierson

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