Disconneting/Removing fuse for 10 mins usually fixes it, mine was going slow when got the car, unpluged it (removed centre vent for access) for 10 mins, 4 years on never gone slow again!My MGF clock is for some reason slow, every time i get in the car its the wrong time, if i adjust it it's fine until i don't drive my car for a few days and then yet again the clock will be behind time.
That's cursed it for you! :rofl:for once, after reading this post, i feel i have something that never gave me a problem- working clock!
Mine's a mk1 clock....This is a Common problem with the MK2 clocks (silver face with the push black button adjuster). The earlier cream faced mk1 ones never seem to have any trouble at all.
As you have a clock on the stereo you may want to fit a voltmeter/battery indicator where the duff clock lives/dMine's a MK1, clock started losing time few months back, now completely stopped, but i have a clock on the stereo so not really that bothered, i just get a bit peeved, everyone that gets in the car, says 'oh you're clocks wrong' I KNOW!!!!!
Just another of her little 'quirks', gotta love em eh.