where is the fuse box for the clock in a 67 buick le sebra
Under the dash to the left of the steering column. These are the round glass fuses. Very rarely does the clock fuse blow. If your clock is original it is mechanical with an electric self-winding mechanism. As the clock winds down a set of contact points slowly comes together. When they touch an electric arc snaps them open again and the process repeats about every 2 or 3 minutes. You'll hear a "thump" when it happens. This is normal. To get the clock working again try this. Remove it and spritz the internal mechanism, from the back, with a SMALL amount of WD- 40. Don't soak it, just one or two spritz should be enough. Then gently shake the clock to get it going. Reinstall it and you'll hear it "thump" and keep running. In the beginning it will gain a lot of time. Once per day reset it by turning the hands backwards. This will regulate the clock to run a little slower each day. After about a week it will keep excellent time for you. HTH. -Jim
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