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Eclipse CD8445 Clock Problems

I have an Eclipse CD8445 and everytime I turn my car off the clock resets itself. What can I do?

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First off who installed the radio?
If you or a friend did you ned to make sure that 12+ always is supplied to the radio and is hooked to the appropriate wire on the radio. If it does have 12+ always and it is hooked up correctly a replacement of the radio is in order, however I bet the wireing to the radio is crossed or the radio itself is uncorrectly installed.

The reason is the accessory and 12+ always wire has been crossed or was never there to begin with.

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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