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Have 2001 CR-V w/126000 miles. clock has been

Have 2001 CR-V w/126000 miles. clock has been going off & on for 3 mos. can I replace myself? Also door part near hinge that slides in & out is grating when open door. can I replace it?

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Grating sound: Coat liberally with WD-40 or equivalent, or any "spray grease".

Clock: Is it in the dash or part of the radio (there were multiple clocks in the CR-V). If it is the little dash clock, you may have a hard time finding an exact replacement except though your honda dealer, costing considerable $$$

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