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I've seen the clock assemblies go bad on these models. Sometimes one or more of the digital segments will go out not displaying the time correctly or the whole display goes blank. There are two fuses in the clock circuit. Quick check: If your gauges on your dash work and your radio is working, your fuses are good. It also shares a ground with allot of other components. if you don't have any other electrical issues, your ground is also good. The clock will have to be replaced, unfortunately they are quite expensive and they're only available through Honda. -hope this helps.

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That is a typical issue with vehicles of this era. I have the removal instructions and an affordable repair solution at www.autoclockrepair.com.

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