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    Clock losing and gaining time

    Any suggestions Nitro or anyone? 05 f-12x GScape w/ 8 hours. I checked the battery connection and it was fine. It will keep time sometimes and other times it wil either gain or lose time. I plan on taking it it to the shop for the 10 hour service (then I will do the subsequent services myself) and I will have them look at it then.


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    The GPS model uses a different dash and wiring set-up than the rest. I’ve actually installed one of my kits in one. At that time I remember seeing the dash readout was a little different. If your battery connections are OK I would check the fuse block in the back of the ski. Then trace it up to the dash to make sure everything is tight. Its possible the dash is bad too. I’ve only seen one go bad, and it wasn’t the clock.

    If it’s under warranty first thing to do it get the problem documented before you fool with it. Order a service CD in the mean time, You’ll need one anyway.

    Sorry not much help I guess.

    shawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroShark View Post
    Sorry not much help I guess.

    shawn
    I just appreciate you checking it out anyway. It is still under warranty and I am going to take it to them and see what they say. I still plan on getting a service manual because I want to check that clunking noise I was writing about earlier. Thanks.

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    I took my ski in today to have them look at the clock issue (and I will let them do the 10 hr service while it is there). I will keep you posted (if anyone is interested) when I find out what is wrong. OUCH, $230.00 for the 10 hour service.

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