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Clock and the radio

The wire that should be hot at all times to both, is dead. I believe there is a hidden fuse that I need to locate. Can anyone confirm or help with problem. 1994 Toyota p/u 2whl. very basic


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They have 2 fuse boxxes 1 under dash and 1 in engine compartment

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This is a common problem among on some of the Japanese automobiles (Toyota Pickups included) that have seen some time in service.The clock module becomes intermittent or dead after a few years of service. To remove the clock yourself and have it professionally repaired, you can contact Dr. Clock at www.subaru-clock.com for a speedy fix.

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