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Does radio show "CODE" in the display? Call dealer or look in your owners manual. 4 digit code will get it back. Always save the "memory" in the systems when changing the battery. Use an external 12 V. source to keep computer,clock and radio memory. Losing memory may cause the engine to NOT idle and run poorly as well. A 9 V. battery in the cigarette lighter is one way.
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Check your cigarette lighter/aux power port it may be on the same circuit as the clock. If the fuse is OK then it is likely an internal issue with the clock itself. This is a very common problem with several clocks. I offer a repair service that has a lifetime guarantee and is several hundred dollars cheaper than buying a new clock (that will also eventually fail). Check it out www.autoclockrepair.com
Why did you replace the lighter fuse in the first place - something may have shorted something out? when you put in the new fuse does it blow right away? make sure the fuse is the correct amp for that spot. also check all the fuses - sometimes there can be more than one fuse that controls many items such as radio, nav, and lights.to answer your questions though no it cant really be anything else than a short blowing a fuse. you just have to find which fuse it is and where the short could be.
I'm guessing you installed an aftermarket radio. The body control module (separate computer used to control all functions not engine related). When the door is opened, it is pulling power from the "memory" of the other items, and they are losing their configuration. You need to disconnect the power wire for the radio that you are currently using, and install another power wire from a 12V+ source. Don't go cutting just any wires if you are uncertain what they connect to. If you can't find a reliable power source, you can run power from the battery, but always use a fuse at the closest point to the battery to prevent a fire if the wire gets shorted to ground. It will blow the fuse instead of causing damage.
Make sure "Show GPS Clock" is selected with a red check in the box.
I had to switch "Daylight Savings" from "ON" to "OFF" in order to bring the time back an hour. I assume that I'll just have to switch it back to "ON" in the Spring in order to move the time forward and hour.