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It could be a security feature of the electronics that it kills engine when battery is disconnected ignore that, concentrate on why part of dash has no power.
Have you checked that all the fuses are clean and none have blown. It sounds like no power is reaching part of the dash, it could be one fuse.
this is not a fuse blown you have something else like broken wires at the driver door the jumping wires from the door to the body take the boot out the cover to see the wire harness you will find one or two wires are broken reconnect and everything should go back to normal
Beside the digital clock must be 2 switches, one is for hours and the other is for minute, if it is not when the time is 12:00 take out the clock fuse and enter it again the time will be automatic 12:00.
The clock fuse is under stearing wheel.
Hope to hepled you.
Mustafa, Kabul Afghanistan
I found that while checking my fuses that i had pulled out what looked like a black plastic "fuse puller" that was actually some kind of jumper. I had accidentally re-installed it reversed. I reversed it back to its original position and all lights, clock, radio, etc.. work normal now.