Question about 2005 Suzuki GSF 650 N Bandit
Did you mean that once the battery was taken out to be charged or it was charged while on the bike.
If the battery can be removed off for half and hour and set back to reset the clock ,try adjusting the time once again and see if the clock comes back to display. If not this can be a error in the clock section of the processor, a fault in the crystal oscillator. If the ignition and other electronics are working fine, please check for any loose joints, printed board dry soldering, specially of the crystal . This can be the only other reason than the micro processor.
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Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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