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Old 27 Sep 2004, 04:46 am   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to fit a clock into the dash in the mock vent hole on the
top left of the instrument cluster. Australian version 99 Conquest V6
sedan.
I have seen clocks in other models. Would it be possible to fit a clock
as a retro fit item. One from a wreckers is available bu they do not know
if there is a wiring harness for it in my model.
Any ideas?

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Old 27 Sep 2004, 08:19 pm   #2 (permalink)
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>Is it possible to fit a clock into the dash in the mock vent hole on the
>top left of the instrument cluster. Australian version 99 Conquest V6
>sedan.
>I have seen clocks in other models. Would it be possible to fit a clock
>as a retro fit item. One from a wreckers is available bu they do not know
>if there is a wiring harness for it in my model.
>Any ideas?


What Car is that ,................say,................American
Equivalent?

Is it a camry????

I cannot find any reference to it on any Toyota site.

I was gonna look for info and found nothing.

If it's a Camry equivalent, there are wires in almost every one of the
american ones I've had the opportunity to tear down for other stuff.

Doesn't sound like, from the description though, that yours is a later
model bodied Camry type.

Hope this helps.




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Old 28 Sep 2004, 01:30 am   #3 (permalink)
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Sure is a Camry. As I said a 99 Conquest V6 sedan. Wide body. Other
models have the clock in the dash position I described. I'd have to
replace the instrument cluster surround to start with and then add the
clock. But what is reall stopping me is the possibility of not having a
suitable wiring harness behind the dash.

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Old 28 Sep 2004, 05:13 am   #4 (permalink)
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Shydog wrote:
|| Sure is a Camry. As I said a 99 Conquest V6 sedan. Wide body. Other
|| models have the clock in the dash position I described. I'd have to
|| replace the instrument cluster surround to start with and then add
|| the clock. But what is reall stopping me is the possibility of not
|| having a suitable wiring harness behind the dash.

All you need is a 12v power supply and a ground.


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Old 28 Sep 2004, 08:08 pm   #5 (permalink)
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>All you need is a 12v power supply and a ground.
>

onloy if you don;t want it to work with the headlight switch.

The wiring will likely be there. Try pulling the existing surround out
and see if there's any wiring. If you can get a good price on the
factory clock, BUY IT. They are almost as much as the new ones from
the dealership here in Dallas Tx area. And they're very high dollar.




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