Clock Toyota Corolla (2003-2008) Rebuild

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  • Regular price $20.00


This rebuild service requires that you:

  • Verify that your clock matches the product photo

  • Remove your clock

  • Carefully pack and ship it to us - Instructions

  • We rebuild it and ship it back to you

  • Re-install your module

    Known issues we fix:

    • Faded or blank display

    What this rebuild includes:

    Year/Make/Model(s) applicable:

    • 2003 Toyota Corolla

    • 2004 Toyota Corolla

    • 2005 Toyota Corolla

    • 2006 Toyota Corolla

    • 2007 Toyota Corolla

    • 2008 Toyota Corolla

    Part Number(s) applicable:

    • 68900-630A

    • 83910-02070

    • Others may apply

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    Svetlin Stoyanov
    Happy customer

    Fast and affordable service.

    Crimson Tide
    Simply Amazing

    What a professional company. I sent them my module and they returned it very quickly and 100% repaired with a 5 year warranty. Priced at a fraction of new and extremely well packaged for protection as well. I HIGHLY recommend these folks!

    Excellent work

    Fixed my toyota corolla clock - super fast service, they fixed and shipped it within a week. Clock works really well - no complaints.

    Alonso Acosta
    Original 2004 Toyota Corolla Clock Repair

    My original Toyota LED clock hadn’t worked in over a decade. Sent it in and got it back very quickly. Clock has been working for a month now. So far, I’m happy with the rebuild service I received.

    Robert Z.
    The Clock Lives Once More!

    To give people an idea in terms of what I was dealing with, the digital clock has never worked properly since I bought the car (2003 Corolla) back in 2019. I tried various aftermarket options, but at the end of the day, I just wanted the original factory clock to work. It kept fading in and out and would go months without any signs of life, and occasionally would come back from the dead for a few minutes.

    Module Master determined it was a faulty circuit board, replaced it, and for the past week, the clock has worked exactly as it was supposed to!

    My only complaint is that the cost of shipping was very expensive for what was essentially a $30 repair job.

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