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Old 09 Feb 2006, 09:17 am   #1 (permalink)
rbc
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I just had the clock replaced in my 2000 Camry. The : (colon) between
the hour and minutes flashes. When I asked the mechanic he said this
is normal. Does anyone else know if that is the way the clock
functions normally. Time, tempreture, etc. are all correct.

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Old 09 Feb 2006, 05:23 pm   #2 (permalink)
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rbc wrote:
> I just had the clock replaced in my 2000 Camry. The : (colon) between
> the hour and minutes flashes. When I asked the mechanic he said this
> is normal. Does anyone else know if that is the way the clock
> functions normally. Time, tempreture, etc. are all correct.
>


I believe that the colons flash at a rate of 1 pulse per second, and yes
this is normal. Kind of lets you know that the clock is "running".
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Old 09 Feb 2006, 05:43 pm   #3 (permalink)
Douglas S. Otoupalik
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My wife owns a 2000 Camry Solara. Let me ask her.

"Honey? Does your colon blink? Hey! watch out! What did I do wrong? Owww!"

I'll have to get back to you.

(Actually, the colon on the clock in her car DOES blink).

rbc wrote:
> I just had the clock replaced in my 2000 Camry. The : (colon) between
> the hour and minutes flashes. When I asked the mechanic he said this
> is normal. Does anyone else know if that is the way the clock
> functions normally. Time, tempreture, etc. are all correct.
>


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