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how do i get the clock out of my GL1200? The clock is just flashing ie no time?

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Its been a long time since I had my 1200 and I can't find the old posts, but I think if you remove the radio and have small hands you can get to the clock and pop it out without taking the whole dash apart. The thread I'm trying to remember was about replacing the bulb that lights the clock. First check the fuses and wiring. There should be a separate fuse for the clock memory. If it is bad, then every time you restart the bike it would flash until its reset.

Found it Old thread.

Here is a thread on a GL1200 site that almost answers the question. Good Luck
 

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Check the fuse (smaller of the two) under the left pocket

Seems like your getting power to the clock but it maybe not getting power for the memory
 

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HI Jeff,

You must pull the dash, there is a steel strap( i.e. clamp ) with stud and nut, that holds the clock to the dash. here's the run down: do it in this order

1. remove radio.

2. remove speaker covers

3. remove speakers

4. dash will now come out, (the two inside speaker screws on each side retain the dash also).

5. remove nut on back of clock holding strap and unplug radio wiring.



There you have it, assemble in reverse order.

You will see that its fairly simple, once you do it.

Good luck



Jim
 
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