Originally Posted by whupwhup
No issue with the clock in mine. But it sleeps in my garage every night.
For those who are interested I managed to buy another clock from member Mike Davis of Penent Motorís ! Thanks Mike,
I ,for the life of me couldnít work out how to remove the clock without hours of work.
Long story short, I removed the two central air vents on either side of my 2006/7; dash board.ialso removed the top of dash vent so I could get a mirror on a stick down there.
I could see that the clock is held in by 2 metal clips that when the clock is pushed in click into place. I thought it would be simple to just get my fingers in through the vents and press down on the top clip and up on the bottom clip and that they would move easily and the clock would come out... not so. I tried all sorts of tools but couldnít get the leverage so after some thought I put 4 fingers in the left vent 4 in the right vent pushed really hard on the back of the clock and what do you know the clips yielded bent back on themselves and the clock came out.
I undid the back of the new clock. Straightened the bent clips, installed them in the new clock , pressed it back in and the clips sprung back into place and all is good with the world.
No dash removal nothing broken and had I known it would have been a 20 minute or less job.
Clock now works perfectly and whilst the top vent and two central vents are out I will de stickyfy them.
I will post a photo or two