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Thread: C6 Navigation fix for a BLANK CLOCK AFTER BATTERY DISCONNECT!

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    Default Coaster or copy

    I will buy a copy/coaster .
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    Would you sale me a copy of the cd ?
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    The instructions below are perfect. I bought an old 2005 C6 with 145,000 miles on it. Everything worked except o団lock. Now I have a perfect running clock set for daylight savings time. Thank you so much for posting this fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c4c5specialist View Post
    Hello all you C6 owners with NAVIGATION!!!

    We all know the issues with the clocks going blank, well, here is the fix from Corvette engineering

    Click the link below and download the file.

    https://tis2web.akamai.gm.com/radio/..._05_10_fix.zip

    UNZIP THE FILE BEFORE you Burn the LOADING.KWI to a BLANK CD-R. Once this is completely burned and finished, go to your Corvette

    #1 Make sure the vehicle is outside and the engine is running.

    #2 On the radio display, press the Open/Close Faceplate Key

    #3 Eject the map disc by pressing DVD Map Database Eject Key. Insert the Software Update Disc in the DVD Map Database Slot

    The update will start automatically. You will see a progress bar on the screen. The update takes about 2 minutes. The vehicle logo will be seen once the update is completed.

    Once you see the Corvette logo, remove the update disc and REINSTALL YOUR MAP DISC!

    THIS IS NOT A MAP UPDATE< THIS IS ONLY FOR YOUR CLOCK BEING BLANK!

    If you have any further questions, please post up.

    EDIT: Technical service bulletin 16-NA-262 has been updated as of Nov 15, 2019 with the Corvette service procedure if you would like to have your dealership reference the GM document!


    Allthebest, and THANK YOU TO CORVETTE ENGINEERING for this fix, Paul

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