Question about 2005 Honda VFR 800
With the clock showing the correct time, when I start the engine, the clock changes to 1.00 am. When I reset the clock to correct time it remains OK until I come to start the engine again and it resets to 1.00am?. Anyone any ideas?.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
The problem is usually a weak battery. When cranking, it pulls down the system so much that the clock resets. Try puting the batt on a charger and start the bike to see if the clock resets with a steady feed of voltage.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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