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The analog clock in a 2003 lincoln aviator spins fast, it's not working right

The analog clock spins a new hour every 2.5 seconds. How do I remove the analog clock and housing unit for repairing? Is there any control setting to resolve issues? The plus and minus buttons are non functional. Will I need to unplug, and where is the fuse located for the clock? I don't have operator manual yet, it'll be here next week, and I am not for sure the operators manual will have info in it to help me resolve the issue

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Look under the hood on the driver's side near the wheel well and also look up under the steering wheel, closer to the door. Those are the fuse boxes and extra fuses.

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SOURCE: keyless entry code for 2003 lincoln aviator

Every car different, call an auto rescue or towing company, the trucks are usually equiped with slim jims, that can be used to gain access to your vehicle.

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SOURCE: 04 Lincoln Navigator folding mirrors, seat memory, seat dont work

most likely a pinched wire around the seat causing a short to the seat frame every once in a while when the seat is in the right place. start with checking stuff that moves most often (driver's memory seat)

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SOURCE: where is the flasher located in the 2003 lincoln

Flasher? Do you mean the fuse or relay for the emergency flashers? Look in your Owner's Manual. It will have a diagram showing all of this. If you don't have one, get something better. Hayne's Repair Manuals are only about $25.00 and worth every penny. You'd be amazed what you can do yourself when you have instructions and photos. Good luck.

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SOURCE: Replace flasher relay on '04 Lincoln Aviator (Ford Explorer)

Check this fuse diagram for remove the FLASHER Relay...


This and other details you can find in the 2004 Lincoln Aviator - Owners Manual.

Hope this help to solve your problem (remember rated and comment this) Have a nice day.

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SOURCE: 2005 Lincoln Aviator - Hazards and Signals don't work

On the Lincoln Aviator there's a set of fuses under the dash of the vehicle. One set has to be dropped to get to the flasher fuse.

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