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post #6 of (permalink) Old 07-27-2019, 08:44 AM
Dbaliko
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Originally Posted by bejem17 View Post
Hello All,
Last acquisition an 88 Black Alfa Veloce from California. Digital Clock keeps correct time when the car is running but definitely doesn't when the ignition is off. Logic suggests the clock would need a permanently "hot" power supply all the time but what I've got suggests that supply is not full time - Any thoughts gratefully received !
Obviously not super important !
I also had this issue . Check to make sure that the clock is connected to a fuse that’s always hot. If there was any work done by a PO to the fuse box it could be that the fuse was somehow wired incorrectly. Especially if you’re saying that the clock comes on when the car is running, but does not show the correct time. Does the clock say 12:00 every time that you start it?

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