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The digital clock and dial keeps going out and I cannot see the time, radio station, etc. Is there something that I can do about this? If the car stays on long enough it does eventually become clear and if you push on the digital face you can kinda see it.

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Some times is the ignition kee turned like you are going to turn of the engine just a littebit and averthing is going to work (just a littlebit back) thats it.

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