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2001 Lexus E 300 Clock Not Working


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Check the fuse located on the drivers side instrument panel. On the 2002 ES300 this fuse is the ECC-ACC (5amp) located in the top row of fuses, 3rd from the right. This fuse is also related to the power rear view mirrors and driving position memory system so if those functions are working properly then disregard this suggestion.

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Check the fuse located on the drivers side instrument panel. On the 2002 ES300 this fuse is the ECC-ACC (5amp) located in the top row of fuses, 3rd from the right. This fuse is also related to the power rear view mirrors and driving position memory system so if those functions are working properly then disregard this suggestion.

Fortunately those are working I checked the fuse according to my owners manual and it looked fine. In case I need to purchase a new/refurbished clock any suggestions?

Thanks again

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Tried to find something for you but it looks like aftermarket clocks are difficult to find. Have you asked at a Lexus dealer or some other service location? The Lexus dealer option might be a bit expensive, but do a little comparison shopping.

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Check the fuse located on the drivers side instrument panel. On the 2002 ES300 this fuse is the ECC-ACC (5amp) located in the top row of fuses, 3rd from the right. This fuse is also related to the power rear view mirrors and driving position memory system so if those functions are working properly then disregard this suggestion.

Fortunately those are working I checked the fuse according to my owners manual and it looked fine. In case I need to purchase a new/refurbished clock any suggestions?

Thanks again

First i also think there is a problem in fuse but as you say fuse is working fine, for purchasing new/refurbished clock you can try online at ebay!

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