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    I have a 96 burb.. Factory tape and CD stereo.
    The problem is this....
    The system works fine no problems except, it will not hold time. I am setting it correctly, but as soon as the truck is turned off, then back on it gives some random time(5:26). Ive checked fuses and what not, just wondering if there is another avenue to pursue, or is it one of those quirks that happen.
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    It does happen, are you losing the radio station presets as well? Could have a loose wire, or its just time to replace it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vncj96 View Post
    It does happen, are you losing the radio station presets as well? Could have a loose wire, or its just time to replace it.
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    Damn AC delco! I would check the wires, your consatnt power may be loose or something
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    Thanks for the help.
    I don't loose presets, just time. I'm going to check the wiring today. i think it is going to be one one of those
    "deal with it or replace it"'. I was born and raised in GM vehicles and, every one of them has had a radio problem with the exception of one....1985 Cavalier
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