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1994 Honda Accord EX radio CD player works but not the clock is there a fuse for the clock and if so where is it?

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2007-04-12 18:43:04
2007-04-12 18:43:04

Yes it is a fuse, I have the same car and had that problem before. Pop the hood and on the left corner you will see a fuse box. Look for the backup radio, take out the fuse and check. If burned out get a new fuse for a couple of bucks, I suggest buying a box full of different ones just in case anything esle burns out you can replace in a couple seconds. Very simple

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