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    Quote Originally Posted by andrea jones View Post
    iam having the same problem u posted ..did u find a fix for this?
    In on of the posts is says that it was a battery issue. The best plan to to go to Autozone or really any parts dealer and have them do a free battery load test. Likely the battery is going bad.

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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Feb 2008
    Rhode Island


    Get your battery or batteries tested, I have a 2008 GMC Sierra Duramax that was two years old with dual batteries, I had one bad battery, on the passenger side and it was causing havoc with the dashboard, radio, clock, and automatic heat/AC. Returned to the dealership 3 times before problem was solved and it was forum input that figured it out. Not saying this is your problem but I would definitely check it out.

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