Q: Clock not working

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The clock is not working.

The clock fuse would need to be checked first. If that is okay, then the clock should be checked to make sure that it has a proper supply of power and grounds. If that is okay, then a replacement clock would be needed. I recommend having a mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, run a diagnostic on this electrical component to identify and quote the repairs needed.

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