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Old 10-27-2018, 07:26 PM
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There is no "reset" for the clock. Easiest thing to do would be to diagnose the clock by checking the circuits and it should lead to where the loss of power or ground is at and, hopefully, it would be the cause of the other malfunctions. The clock usually runs off a 7.5A"extended power" fuse in the fuse box under the dash. I know this because Nissan would ship the vehicle with this fuse not installed to prevent the battery from being drained during shipping and storage at the port before it arrived at the dealer. It would get installed during the dealer's pre-delivery inspection. So, I would find the fuse and make sure there is power going through it. If it is, then trace the open circuit between that and the clock. If not, figure out why it's not getting power (often a blown fusible link) if the fuse is good.
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