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      The clock resetting is a known issue. You have 2 choices to remedy the situation. Either resolder the board in the clock, or source a known used unit (or new).



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      Thank you Eg.h2o that finally makes sense. I got this car several years ago and my grandson used it for the last eight years or so he finally gave up on it (not mechanically inclined) I took it back and have been revuilding it ever since. Mostly parts from the junkyard
      the clock was driving me crazy since it reset to 1:00 on most time and worked on others.Cannot find a ne one thought so I will resolder all the joints I can see.

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      What model year aveo is it?

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      Looks like you have a 2011.

      This one is from China, but new (I’ve used this site so I trust it).

      https://a.aliexpress.com/_mNBsnrs


      This is used, but in North America.

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/25620742477...mis&media=COPY
      Last edited by Eg.h2o; 09-18-2023 at 07:37 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Eg.h2o View Post
      What model year aveo is it?
      Mine is a 2011, I was able to resolder the joints that i saw cracks in the tin solder and remelt the ones that were smaller i reinstalled the clock set the time and hope for the best i will check the time first thing in the AM. Again EG.h2o I thank you im not a mechanic but i am not afraid to dive in, if it makes sense some of those other suggestions made absolutley no sense to me.

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      Let us know if it worked for you!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vargasone View Post
      Did that solve it and did u find the issue


      Well its been a few Ddays and so far its holding up pretty good hopefully thats a permanet fix till next summer. I do appredciate you sir

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      Nice! Glad to hear it’s working.





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