My 2005 Aveo has about 30,000 miles. Recently, the clock has begun to fail intermittently. I noted two fuses in the cabin fuse box. One at the top says cloc/radio and the other at the bottom says clock audio and is in a black receptacle at with the fuse inside. I don't know how to remove this fuse to check to see if it is faulty. The upper fuse is OK.
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Dim, intermittent, and dead clock displays are very common problems with the 4runner (and many other clocks of this era). The clock is failing internally. I offer a repair service check out www.autoclockrepair.com let me know if I can assist.
I have looked and looked for this myself. I belive since one of the wires runs to the ecu. for the acc power it is branched off of some other . If you need a good reliable place to pull power. Use the power windows Breaker / fuse its on the passanger side it is on acc power for the key.
The other Direct battery feed for the radio is protected in the left fuse box on the drivers side.
If the light was flashing when it came on, then it means your engine is misfiring. A solid light can mean anything.
This light comes on when the computer detects a
fault of some sort in its diagnostic tests. If it keeps detecting this issue, the light will remain off. If the light turns off, then it has detected that the issue may no longer be present.
In order to find out what the exact reason was for your light, You need to have your car computer scanned to retrieve the code that
the computer would have stored when the light triggered. Most garages
will do this free of charge. The code will tell you what may have
caused the light to initially go on
At 60,000 you should have all the major things done if you haven't already:
oil change(every 3000)
air filter change(every 15,000)
coolant flush(every 30,000)
spark plugs and wires(every 30,000)
transmission fluid & filter change(every 30,000)
brakes (as needed)
PCV valve (every 20,000)
You can wait until about 75000 miles to do your timing belt.