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There is a battery backuo in the radio. This is probably powering the clock. It looks like the radio power supply is either fried or the hardwired fuse is blown.
Take a look at the manual. If you take out the battery back up does the clock still work? GPX MP3 Player KC232S user manual
The clock on the radio and on the dash are synchronized. There is an oil check button located between the odometer and speedometer. Press and hold the right button ( oil check ) for a few seconds. You will see the time flashing. Press the left button to adjust the time. You will find the instructions in your owners manual.
Hmmm. The unit that calculates the fuel is under the back seat base. There are two level sensors under covers on either side. Could be that you have a trapped wire shorting and when you go into reverse the back axle just momentarily jogs the shorted wire. I'd look at the wiring there.
between the tachometer and the speedometer on your dash, you have two buttons "S/R" on the left and one with a clock on the right.
press the "clock" button for a few seconds until the hours (or --:-- if never set) appears on the "screen" under the speed meter and the column sign flashes. press the S/R button to increase the hours until appropriate. press the clock button again to pass to the minutes. press the S/R button to increase the minutes until appropriate. press the clock button to confirm the time.
at that point you are all set, and the clock on the radio should be ok too. Every time you jump start the car, you will have to reset the clock though.
WHILE HOLDING LEFT ODOMETER RESET BUTTON TURN KEY TO POSITION 1, HOLD FOR 5 SECONDS , SIGN STATING OIL- INSPECTION RESET, ETC SHOULD APPEAR , LET GO AND HOLD AGAIN, A SIGN WILL FLASH, PRESS THE BUTTON THIS TIME.
put your keys in so that your instrument clsuter on the dash come on,(no need to start the engine), use your mileage reset button to change time by turning it clockwise and anticlockwise till you reach the correct time.. it will change on your dash aswell as your radio..
I have a mantle clock version and to set the clock to recognize the radio signal, I need to hold down both the ET and PT time zone buttons for a few seconds. The clock hands will then continue to move until they reset themselves to the correct time.