Answer: I assume you mean the radio clock light stays on after you turn the key to the off position. Based on my research there are there are three things that can cause this.
First, there is the possibility of a bad diode in the radio itself which will require the replacing or disconnecting the radio.
Second, there is a short somewhere causing the clock to stay on. Finding such short can be a hassle and it might be easier simply to disconnect the clock then trying to find the short.
Finally, there is the (rare) possibility that the Body Control Module (BCM) has gone bad but this is unlikely if this is the only issue you are having.
Check spelling you mean petcock it's on the bottom of radiator
Check for a blown fuse.
So, what's the answer to my question? How do I set the dashboard clock on my 1983 Buick Riviera?
If you have the same radio as me you need to hold the hour or minute button for several seconds until the time changes.
you must take the fender off and then ull c a bolt and wire turn counter clock wise to remove
don't just press the buttons hold them down until the nuber changes
Easy its because there was money behind it and when the captain tryed it get he turned the clock upside down!
To adjust the brightness of the radio clock display on the Renault Scenic, simply turn the wheel control adjuster that is next to the headlamp adjuster. This is located to the right of the steering column on the dash.
the clock turned to 4
Defective clock or it is wired incorrectly. Should be wired to have power when ignition is turned off. it sounds to me that the constant live has been lost to the clock, there are three wires to a vehicle clock, an earth, an ignition live and a constant live
Yes, power is always applied to the clock.
The first clock was an astronomical clock. It was built between 1352 and 1354. However, it stopped working around the beginning of the 16th century.
mechanical clocks were used in the 13th Century, but not have survived. During the 14th Century a clock was made by Henry de Vick for King Charles V of France about 1360
Press "SET" and then use the keys on the bottom right of the radio.
Turn on the power knob for the radio/clock. Wait until the clock display shows up. Press "set", and use the "scan" and "seek" buttons to set the time. Hope this helps!
The first ever mechanical clock was made by Henry De Vick in the 14th Century.
An Ansonia clock can be purchased from antique dealers and some jewellers. The Ansonia Clock Company was a famous 19th century clock maker in America which produced millions of clocks between 1850 and 1929.
with the radio off use the seek buton to set the time
Yes. If you remove the radio, the clock will simply show the current time and date. Beware, though, when I changed my radio, the clock's software went crazy and it stopped updating the clock. That means that when I turned the car on, it would show me the correct time, but then it wouldn't advance until I turned the car off and on again. This was fixed by unplugging the battery thereby resetting the clock's software.
the Clock is probably wired to the ignition and power is turned off every time you turn off the Car there fore you have to reset the clock.
An alarm clock will typically beep for about an hour when it goes off. This is if the alarm is not turned off first.
A 'Clock o Clay' or 'Clock a Clay' is 19th century Northamptonshire slang for a ladybird or ladybug, as in the line "Red black spotted Clock a Clay".
push the menu button and a clock symbol will appear. push the button under the clock symbol and hr and mn words will appear. pushing the button under the hr will change the hour and pushing the button under the mn will change the minutes.
yes the clock remains on, otherwise you would have to reset it everytime you restarted your car