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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-12-2013, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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So every time I turn my bike off, the clock resets itself back to 12:00. I know the battery is fine, I checked the static voltage today and it read 13.22 volts. It's not hurting anything, just a bit of a nuisance. Any ideas?

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Is it the "clock" you're looking at or the trip timer?

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The speedo has a batt backup that eventually looses contact which can lead to the speedo resetting mileage as well as time. If your odometer is NOT resetting when the time does, I would pull the connector in the headlight bucket, spray with alcohol or contact cleaner, then a little dab of dielectric grease and reconnect. Also chEck your terminals that they're clean and retighten using star washers. That's a starting point.

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It's the clock I'm looking at, it doesn't have a trip timer. The odometer has not reset, so I will try that Tim. Thanks

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