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    Stock CD-Receiver taken out, light for clock and temperature gone.

    I'm planning on getting a new Alpine deck for my radio tomorrow. So today my buddy took out my stock cassette/CD-Receiver for my 2001 Honda Accord, but now the lights for the clock and temperature don't work so I can't read anything. I'm guessing it's because I'm driving around with no radio, but is there a chance that he unplugged something under the dashboard?







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    Re: Stock CD-Receiver taken out, light for clock and temperature gone.

    Did you check the fuse?




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    Re: Stock CD-Receiver taken out, light for clock and temperature gone.

    The clock and the temperature still can be changed and do work, just I can't read it at night.
    Wouldn't a bad fuse make the clock/temperature not work at all?




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