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4 out of 5 times the clock on my Harrier resets to 1:00 when I start the engine. Other than only starting the engine at 1:00, does anybody have any suggestions :question:

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Check the state of your Battery. Maybe the voltage is dropping so low when cranking the engine that the Battery loses it's supply.

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My RX did this. That is when I drove it one day last week, I noticed the clock had the wrong time as if it had been reset. I was driving yesterday and the power flickered out while in motion for a split second two or three times, and this caused the clock to reset. Am going to check the Battery connections today.

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The clock has a permanent power supply for holding its memory, just like the radio. If this supply is interupted or drops below a certain voltage the clock resets itself.

Have you noticed if your loosing you preset radio stations on you radio ?

If not, it could be that the clock doesnt have to see such a drastic change in voltage to reset.

You could rewire the clock to the radio memory wire or fit a capacitor to the clock wire.

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4 out of 5 times the clock on my Harrier resets to 1:00 when I start the engine. Other than only starting the engine at 1:00, does anybody have any suggestions  :question:

Could you please let me know how you resolved the issue????

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