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Tom55



Member Since: 24 Mar 2017
Location: Wolverhampton
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Clock on dash disappeared

Had a few updates by bodsy a few months ago, one of which was the clock added in the dash. Cars been in a local garage for a few weeks having some issues rectified, got it back now the clock has vanished, replaced with . . : . .
Is there anything i can do to set the time again or do i need bodsy to plug his machine in again? Have set the clock in the sterio up and has not made any difference.
Cheers

Post #538809 Fri Oct 20 2017 5:06pm
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Scrumpy



Member Since: 11 Nov 2016
Location: London
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

Not sure if it will work and I am no expert but I have just bought a IID BT tool to add clock to dash and noticed that it only sets at 00:00 so maybe worth disconnecting the battery tonight just before midnight for a few minutes and reconnecting it to see if the clock sets the time.
It sounds like it is still there, just not set.
Would be interested to hear the solution.
Good luck --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If we all point our RR's in the same direction and accelerate at the same time can we turn back time?

Post #538810 Fri Oct 20 2017 6:08pm
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Scrumpy



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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

I just found this on the Gap Diagnostic IID tool manual. Seems like it might need a reset with the tool;

4.7.11 All ECUs
Vehicle Reset (L322-10, L319, L320)
This routine will send a reset or reboot command to all ECU’s. It is equivalent to a soft reset.
Usage
On L319-04, it should be used to restore the clock on the instrument pack ECU (--:-- displayed). It can
also be used to solve other unusual issues.
Note : This function will return all user settings (radio station etc) to factory default.

So maybe if you don't have the tool, disconnecting the battery might work as a soft reset.

Good luck! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If we all point our RR's in the same direction and accelerate at the same time can we turn back time?

Post #538825 Fri Oct 20 2017 9:13pm
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Tom55



Member Since: 24 Mar 2017
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I’ll give it a try tomorrow, thanks very much for the info mate Thumbs Up

Post #538827 Fri Oct 20 2017 9:24pm
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geoffsnook



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Wales 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged HSE Java Black

When you set the clock on the radio it also sets the clock on the dash Thumbs Up

Post #538856 Sat Oct 21 2017 12:45pm
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Wayneclarke



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Java Black

had the same problem after i had the clock done by Bodsy it disappeared due to me false starting the car, all i had to do was reset the ecu

Post #538903 Sun Oct 22 2017 1:37pm
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Nicard



Member Since: 24 Nov 2015
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had the same fault, reset the ecu and this solve it for me.

Post #538919 Sun Oct 22 2017 5:56pm
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Bodsy
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It can happen when the battery is low. The ecu gets drained of power and they start up in the ‘wrong’ order. The instrument pack syncs to the radio for the time and it misses that signal order.

Charge the battery up and then remove the battery terminals from the battery and hold them together for 10-20 seconds.

Once reconnected, reset the time and away you go.

It’s always due to low battery. Thumbs Up Bodsys Brake Bible
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Post #539048 Tue Oct 24 2017 7:31am
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Tom55



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Thanks all sorted now Thumbs Up

Post #540396 Thu Nov 09 2017 7:05am
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