Kumar, did you make sure the little v-shaped metal piece that catches the screw thread is still there? Without it, the screw will just spin freely and never tighten up. If that is there, you may have to fiddle with the metal till you get it close enough. Worst case, replace the metal bar with a new one.puneshop said:When i position the molding perfectly I see the metal bar's hole in which I want the screw to go... But ever so slightly (just a tiny black mark =/. [/B]
I'd guess an auto body shop could help you out, or a salvage yard, if the the Honda dealer can't. (The dealer may not stock body parts.)puneshop said:I do not think you can get a new metal bar, but if I can what should I be searching for?
This is unbelievable! I recently bought a used '00 and the clock light wasn't working. After reading marcin67's post I went out to the van and smacked it 4 times on the dashboard, and the backlight came on. Hopefully it will keep on working.marcin67 said:I've been driving without a clock light ever since I got the van.
I decided that neither paying the dealer nor doing it myself is
worth it. But just yeasterday I read through this thread and
some older threads about the clock and I learned that some people fix the clock with just few taps on the dashbord.
I tried it, and after 4 fairly hard taps the clock light started to work.
I am not sure if this will last, but it is worth trying.