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Re: SET TIME kenwood dpx503bt
Try turning off the "time sync" setting and see if it does it. With this setting is on, the radio will automatically synchronize itself to whatever radio station your listening to. (Signal sent along with the carrier )
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If starter doesn't spin everytime. Clean battery terminals and a connection. Check connection at starter. Try putting into neutral to start. If starter still doesn't turn car over everytime. Probably starter solenoid. If starter spins every time and doesn't start check temperature sensor. My car once started only when sitting for a couple of hours. Because sensor was saying it was really cold and it would flood it. Had to push gas peddle to floor and hold it there until started. If that is the case change temperature sensor. If car is after mid 90s take and get it scanned.
Weird, are you resetting the clock and finishing the setting as per your manual. Your navigation zone could be throwing it off, make sure you have correct zone for where you are. press the helpful button, and check video link below.
The Kenwood KDC-MP335 is an aftermarket car radio that's available for many cars and trucks. The radio unit comes with a built-in digital clock. If your clock is showing the wrong time, all you need to do is enter the radio's clock-setting mode to correct the time and set the clock.------------------------------------------------------------------------ vas 5054a v19
To start with, I would go to a different shop. Somebody will have to determine if the no-start problem is fuel or ignition related. You will have to leave the car overnight so they can start it cold. There are several parts that are involved with the engine starting correctly, and they each have to be tested when the problem occurs. I would also make sure someone checks the computer for trouble codes. As for the blower motor, they should look for a voltage problem and a restriction in air flow in the heater box.