Great How-to ChevyCC!!! I'm keeping this for future use.
...still working well since fix a month ago.
Last week, I started getting the clock resetting. So I performed the fix. Hopefully I got all the solder spots. If not, I'll give it another shot. But going solid for almost a week now. Thanks again ChevyCC.
I've had to do this before on a '96 Accord fuel relay. I'm glad I didn't have to take half the dash apart to get it out. :-p
Another clock, check engine light fixed. I had a code indicating the MIL circuit was faulty. I think the code was P0650.
I added some vent holes to the back side of the clock because it looked as if the circuit boards got hot several times. Nine 1/8" holes near the hot area were simple to drill.