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My clock has suddenly stopped working along with the radio and cd

My clock has suddenly stopped working and does not light up. The knob turning on the radio/cd player is not working as well. I push the knob in and out to get the radio on, but again, nothing happens. The rest of the buttons on the console are lighting up, but nothing coming from the clock.

Hope I can get some help,

Francesca

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  • ditzlerf Nov 13, 2009

    Thank you!

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Check your fuses.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

Testimonial: "Unfortunately I do not know where the fuse is? Can you point me in the general direction? Thank you so much!"

  • Sean Wright
    Sean Wright Nov 13, 2009

    the fuse panel is under the dash or behind the glove box.



    Look in your owners manual index under fuses.

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