Clock Doesn't Keep Time-help!

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  1. LoveMy68Stang

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    How hard is to access the dash clock in a 68 Coupe and is it worth the hassle? Want to get a new radio that has clock and bluetooth, but need to wait for financial reasons, but would still like to fix the clock (bugs me that it doesn't work). Any advice/help is appreciated!
     
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    you can buy a quarts replacement that fits right in the old clocks place .it is around $100 and can be bought at any of the bigger parts dealers.it is simple to replace
     
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    Does it involve taking the dash board out/off?
     
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    the instrument cluster has to come out .the hardest part is the spedo .cable
     
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    Thank you, it's just one more thing on the "list".
     
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