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Car clock won't keep accurate time. I keep

Car clock won't keep accurate time. I keep reseting it, and it loses time

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  • danielleguer Jul 30, 2009

    It is the original digital AM/FM CD Player with digital clock. It's only started acting up 3 weeks ago, whenever I set the time it seems to maintain the accurate time, until I turn off the car, then I need to reset it. I thought maybe it had to do with a fuse, but doesn't look like there any fuse listed for the stereo/clock in the fuse box. Any other suggestions?

    Danielle

  • danielleguer Jul 30, 2009

    Sorry, after double checking, the clock is not part of the stereo unit... just on top. My car is a 2005 Hyundai Accent.

    Would you know why it won't keep accurate time.

    Danielle

  • danielleguer Jul 30, 2009

    It is digital and has 3 buttons for H (hours) M (minutes) and R (reset).

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    tommya300 May 11, 2010

    it it digital or analog is it LSD with just numbers does it have minute and hour hands and an electric windup mechanisim

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OK now you sized it down the ignition on it lights the numbers but the unit needs the power from the battery and that has to be seperate and direct wirh some type of fused protection. Just like if you had the battery out or dead everything resets to its origin.
Always had to reboot a computer in the old days... Now a days it is our cars Tommy Tech the Wreck

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