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The multi display of my grandis do not memorize even the time that I have adjusted

Do not remember the radio stations and lost all the maps...

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There is a fuse for the clock memory. It gets constant system voltage even when key is off. Check your fuses, I'm surectou'll find the bad one.

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continually press/release the center of the tuning know until you have the preferred display you want and then press and hold the same button until the system beeps (1-2 seconds). It will now save your preferred default screen (clock in your case)

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SOURCE: Losing Radio sensitivity (the station)

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Are you sure there is nothing wrong with the aerial? Possibly bent the radio connector so that the centre pin is now shorting to earth? Also Try a length of wire direct from the aerial socket to the outside of the car, just poking out of the car a couple of feet will do, make sure you put uninsulated wire into the socket. If there is no improvement then the fault is in the radio. Some radios have settings enabling them to only receive strong radio signals (sometimes called DX on/off or local on/off) It could be that yours is set to local on or DX off. If there is improvement with the direct wire the fault is in your aerial. Also take a test meter and check the resistance between the centre pin and the outer sheath. If it's zero or close to zero there is likely to be some type of short.

So I think the most likely problem is a broken or lose power connection. Many radios lose their presets if power is interrupted. This could be at the fuse box, or inside the radio or somewhere in between.
If you can get at the radio wiring harness and identify the continuous power input wire (the one that feeds the clock and presets is different from the switched line that powers the radio), you could try running a new wire from a different unswitched fuse or a new fused line directly from the battery into that line, perhaps using one of those clip-on wire tap things. If the problem goes away, you know the problem is not the radio, but somewhere between the battery and the radio. A loose connection inside the radio is harder to diagnose.

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