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I just bought a97 GL1500 and the only thing I have found wrong is the clock on the dash gains about 20-30 minutes for every hour!!!:gunhead:



Is there any fix for this and is a replacement available.:?



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Hey Randy, welcome to the '97 club. I'm in the process of buying a '97 as well. It has a similar problem to yours. It fades out for varying periods of time but then comes back showing the correct time. There is a replacement for it that is cheaper than OEM. It can be found here:

http://www.rolex.com/en/index.jsp#/en/index

We were just talking about the problem the other day on this thread:

http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum1/76103.html

OEM replacement is actually around $400.00. That's why the Rolex seems like a better buy. You don't have to carry a 900 lb bike with you to show off your new watch! :cheeky1:
 

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Hidepounder wrote:
I just bought a97 GL1500 and the only thing I have found wrong is the clock on the dash gains about 20-30 minutes for every hour!!!:gunhead:

Hi Randy,

Is it possible that you are simply not used to the power of your new purchase and therefore drivingnear time-warpspeeds? :action:
 
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