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For you guys that have drove/owned 96-98 models, I recently purchased the car and its great. What are some quick/in expensive things you have done when the clock went blank. I am assuming this is something that fails on cars, not that I know that for fact - new to 'planet mustang'.

I would like to see the time without looking at radio or cell phone.

Thanks for your time.
 

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yea check fuses and if i dont work hell take it and throw some guages in tis place auotmeter makes a pod to replace the clocki had it in my 94 5.0
 

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Fuse good

Thanks for your inputs. I checked continuity on the fuse and it was good, that same fuse is wired to a few other things like the heat and the door bell (I think).

Sounds like I will be going into the dash soon :scratchchin
 

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+1 on the gauges. i just installed autometer's gauge pod with boost and fuel pressure gauges and they look awesome! let me know if you want some pics of it.
 
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