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Old 06-30-2004, 04:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy clock fuse on 98 camry????

i need help
my clock does not work and i cannot find the clock fuse anywhere, before i thought the clock runs the same with the dome light so i changed that and still clock doesnt work, my friend said maybe it runs with the radio fuse but my radio is workin fine, does anyone kno where the clock fuse is, thnx
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Old 06-30-2004, 08:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nvm, i figure out everythin and finish re-wirin everything
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thats wierd, yesterday morning i noticed my clock just wasn't workin at all either. i checked my fuses, i pulled it out, put it back in, nothing. and then late last night, all of a sudden it worked again.
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HI, newbie here.

I have the same problem. On mine the dome light didn't work. I changed the bulb and it worked for about 5 seconds. I couldn't find a fuse for the dome either and one of the contacts looked corroded so I removed the dome light and the clock stopped working.

How did you get your clock to work? And does anyone know about the dome light? Should I just replace it?

Any help would be great.
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HI, newbie here.

I have the same problem. On mine the dome light didn't work. I changed the bulb and it worked for about 5 seconds. I couldn't find a fuse for the dome either and one of the contacts looked corroded so I removed the dome light and the clock stopped working.

How did you get your clock to work? And does anyone know about the dome light? Should I just replace it?

Any help would be great.

the dome light fuse is located under the hood, the fuse box is near the battery, lift up the fuse box and look at the box to find out which fuse it is, i believe its 7.5 but im not sure, cant remember
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I replaced the fuse (it is 7.5) and both the light and the clock work. Thanks!
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I replaced the fuse (it is 7.5) and both the light and the clock work. Thanks!
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