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It is not working. I thought it was the fuse but all fuses are fine. Dealer wants $350 to replace clock. Any website you guys know of where to get something like that? It does not have to be OEM (I will make exception for a change) because as long as it looks the same from the outside when put in the dash. No junkyards have it as I checked online...

 

Anybody selling an original one?

 

Thanks.

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It is not working. I thought it was the fuse but all fuses are fine. Dealer wants $350 to replace clock. Any website you guys know of where to get something like that? It does not have to be OEM (I will make exception for a change) because as long as it looks the same from the outside when put in the dash. No junkyards have it as I checked online...

 

Anybody selling an original one?

 

Thanks.

I have an extra one I bought from e-Bay.

It is an orignal and will fit right in your car.

Let me know.

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It is not working. I thought it was the fuse but all fuses are fine. Dealer wants $350 to replace clock. Any website you guys know of where to get something like that? It does not have to be OEM (I will make exception for a change) because as long as it looks the same from the outside when put in the dash. No junkyards have it as I checked online...

 

Anybody selling an original one?

 

Thanks.

I have an extra one I bought from e-Bay.

It is an orignial and will fit right in your car.

Let me know.

 

 

LOL!

I thought you would have it. You have only bought every single 7th Gen Corolla that anybody had... LOL !!!!

 

I saw your message too late. I have ordered it from ebay for $30.00. It is coming with the middle console panel which I will sell after seperating the clock. If it does not work, I will let you know.. Thanks.

 

 

DO YOU HAVE TAN SUN VISORS??

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It is not working. I thought it was the fuse but all fuses are fine. Dealer wants $350 to replace clock. Any website you guys know of where to get something like that? It does not have to be OEM (I will make exception for a change) because as long as it looks the same from the outside when put in the dash. No junkyards have it as I checked online...

 

Anybody selling an original one?

 

Thanks.

I have an extra one I bought from e-Bay.

It is an orignial and will fit right in your car.

Let me know.

 

 

LOL!

I thought you would have it. You have only bought every single 7th Gen Corolla that anybody had... LOL !!!!

 

I saw your message too late. I have ordered it from ebay for $30.00. It is coming with the middle console panel which I will sell after seperating the clock. If it does not work, I will let you know.. Thanks.

 

 

DO YOU HAVE TAN SUN VISORS??

I just replaced one on my project car because it was cracked and broken where the swinging end snaps onto the liner area.

I got it from a local junkyard.

I have seen them on e-Bay.

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I got the clock ($20) and the sun visors from a 97 Corolla tan ($40). . .. I think I paid too much for the sun visors but I am taking my car to my brother n laws during thanksgiving and there was no way I was going with the current sunvisors.... and I couldn't find cheaper ones that looked nice.

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I got the clock ($20) and the sun visors from a 97 Corolla tan ($40). . .. I think I paid too much for the sun visors but I am taking my car to my brother n laws during thanksgiving and there was no way I was going with the current sunvisors.... and I couldn't find cheaper ones that looked nice.

I just picked up a 1996 for a project car and it has no clock.

I checked inside the dash and there does not seem to be the usual white plug for the clock.

Does that mean I can't put one in?

How would I wire it?

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