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#30 of 31 2006 Azera - Trip Meter, Clock, Radio
Jul 24, 2010 (10:40 am)
I have an Azera Limited and love it. A few weeks ago (60k miles) I noticed my trip odometer reset to 0 (I had only driven 30-40 miles). My clock also changed times. Once I lost my programmed radio stations and the rear window shade retracted on it's own. I've also noticed my windows don't work using the automatic down and up feature.
Someone told me it might be something with the security system and a reset switch under the hood. Does anyone have any ideas?
#31 of 31 Re: 2006 Azera - Trip Meter, Clock, Radio [dbrad4]
Jul 25, 2010 (2:06 pm)
You have a loose or resistive chassis ground in the charging system. Occasionally the power is cut or reduced below a set point to the processor and that resets much of the electronics. The radio presets and windows losing their automatic up and down setting are a clue, as when the battery is removed, the radio presets are gone and the windows need to be "retrained" by holding the switch until the window is all the way up (or down) a few times so the window motor system relearns what resistance is "normal"...