Try the online parts section of www.slhonda.com . If you
can't find the clock in the menu choices, call them at their
toll-free number. They're very fast. SLHonda's online part
prices usually beats the dealer's.
You asked for suggestions, so ... a wrocking yard is a possibility.
They certainly wouldn't have a clock on inventory, and they would be
brutish in removing an existing clock, but if the vehicle had not been
in the yard too long (less than six months), this could be OK.
That is, if eBay doesn't work for you.
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Is it a digital with a fluorescent display?
Those clocks 'do' on occasion go bad, but not often...
I'd check it's fuse, ground/s and associated wiring first for sure. It
would really cheese you off to hunt down and buy a new clock just end up
with the same problem. They aren't cheap.
If memory serves me right, that clock has 4 leads going to it... one is
hot all times and powers the actual timekeeping part of the clock
proper. A second is hot only with the key is on and lights the clocks
display. The third is hot when the headlights are on, and dims the
display when energized. The fourth is a ground.
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