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pry it out with a tool and stick one in that the junkyard told you is good and drive on knowing what time it is. ( they fail alot) the junkyard may even be sold out of good ones you may have to shop around. The new one from the dealer is so high,(Money) don't even think about it.
The clock has 2 fuses that are shared with other accessories. Do your radio (relay box) and gauges work (fuse box #25)? If they work then the clock has gone bad internally. I offer a repair service and have the removal instructions at www.autoclockrepair.com Check it out and let me know if you need further assistance, thanks!
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.
If it isn't the fuse then it is an internal issue. The easiest fix is it is solder on the the thin resistors on the circuit board (sometimes the soldering goes "bad"). Open up the clock and look at the resistor soldering, if they look cracked then they need to be re-soldered. I offer a convenient repair solution at www.aucoclockrepair.com, lifetime warranty and I repair more than just the resistors if needed.
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 $$$
common problem with these clocks. you must replace the clock. my 98 crv does the same thing. i havent taken the clock apart yet but i think its a bad connection on the clock circut board. they share the fuse with the radio and or acc plug. i think they are around $225?
No, too low current draw. Problem should be confined to the clock. If any other electrical devices exhibit odd symptoms, then the problem isn't the clock. I assume the clock keeps time even though the display is on the fritz...?