Wow...it was easier than I thought. I printed out the detailed instructions and took on the task with all my tools and flashlights handy. Took about an hour.Thanks Lizzurd, this thread is a gold mine of information! I printed out the instructions, am heading over to Bankston Honda to order a bulb.
I had the same concern. Give it a good yank with one hand, and keep your fingers crossed with the other hand. I figured the clips would give before the dashboard pocket hinge. I was right.Don and others who have successfully replaced these bulbs:
'02 EX - How do you get the dashboard pocket out without tearing the door off in the process? I have removed the three screws as described in the main post on how to do this job but cannot budge the dashboard pocket at all. It's loose but not coming out the way I have tried. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
OK, Don. I will try it, probably after I buy a trim tool. Thank you.I had the same concern. Give it a good yank with one hand, and keep your fingers crossed with the other hand. I figured the clips would give before the dashboard pocket hinge. I was right.
Ya know, my previous posts on this thread were for my 2002 CR-V LX. I upgraded to a 2006 CR-V SE in August.My heater control light wasn't working and i tapped the knob with my finger nail and it has started working no issues seen.loose connection