In my 1997 CR-V, there is no clock fuse listed on the fuse box. By the way, when my clock lamp (LED?) stopped working intermittently, my UK dealer explained that the clock was a sealed unit and was very expensive to replace. My clock lamp finally failed completely (the clock may be okay ... I cannot tell). I fitted a new cheap clock to the dashboard, using the gap around the factory clock to host the screws. I also eventually bought a new audio unit with a clock display.
In my 2001 CRV, the clock and radio fuse are the same. Funny, mine keeps blowing though... I keep taking it back to the dealer. They are trying to figure out why.
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In the under-hood fuse box - it is Fuse #8.
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I cannot find a a fuse location in either the dashboard or under-hood fuse box. They may be protected by in-line fuses, which means you will have to trace the wiring out to locate it.
If the clock is not working, it is most likely an internal problem with the clock itself. Check out the below website:
No, they are on seperate circuits.
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Possible blown fuse. Possible that the wiring harness under the dashboard has come loose.
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Unless it is a blown fuse, whatever the problem may be, it will have to be first accessed by removing the interior door panel to get at it.
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You can disable the seatbelt warning chime, in your Honda CRV, by removing the fuse. The fuse can be found in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
The diagram in the owner's manual diagram does not show a fuse for the clock - it MIGHT be an in-line fuse. Let me add - - considering the age of your CRV - if the clock has gone dark - it might not be a fuse at all. These clocks were originally manufactured with liquid crystal diodes (LCD's) - they have a predictable life-span which, for a car 10 years old, may have been reached. You may have to consider replacing the entire clock, because they are not repairable.
Sorry to tell you this - but - if it is the original equipment clock that was built with the car, the chances are 99% that the clock has burnt out. Those clocks were equipped with Liquid Crystal Diodes which have a finite life to them. If the clock is now dark, the odds are greatest that the clock has simply come to the end of its life and needs to be replaced.
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It will need to be re-programmed but, yes, it should.