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Ford explorer 2003 clock is running at approx double speed

The clock is in radio screen and is not keeping correct time it is about twice the speed

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  • maxbloggs371 Mar 01, 2009

    thanks robert that fixed my problem the ford dealer wanted $420.00 FOR A NEW RADIO

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Have you tried resetting it ? basically unplug the battery for about ten minutes... also make sure you have the anti-theft code to reactivate the radio when you power it back up again (if it requires a code)

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