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Has anybody found a solution to this problem:
Our 2004 Scenic ii 1.6 Expression has intermittent problems with the electronic dashboard display.

The clock (time) has reset a number of times.
Now the trip recording & other figures (consumption etc) reset by themselves?

How have you solved it? Any recommendations?
 

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it is normally a early sign that the dash is about to give up all together, check the radio and interior light fuse just in case, but i feel it is the beginning of the end. BBA remanufacturing can repair.
 

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Has anybody found a solution to this problem:
Our 2004 Scenic ii 1.6 Expression has intermittent problems with the electronic dashboard display.

The clock (time) has reset a number of times.
Now the trip recording & other figures (consumption etc) reset by themselves?

How have you solved it? Any recommendations?
Since a week I have the same problem. The trip counter, consumption reset itself randomly, meanwhile the car is in movement, and there is no - audible - engine problem. All test lamp light up - , etc. Radio, internal light works fine during this reset...

Worrying that I can not reproduce it. It happened already by pushing the clutch, or switching to reverse, or simply by passing under a flyover...
 

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Has anybody found a solution to this problem:
Our 2004 Scenic ii 1.6 Expression has intermittent problems with the electronic dashboard display.

The clock (time) has reset a number of times.
Now the trip recording & other figures (consumption etc) reset by themselves?

How have you solved it? Any recommendations?
I have the same problem after the battery was disconnected for the service , the clock resets every time you start the car could this be a battery problem
 

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Mine had been repaired. Renault offered the complete replacement of the instrument panel for 600 euros. However a friend of mine suggested a garage (non-Renault) where they replaced the panel's 12v/5V converter for 80 euros. They said if it goes completely wrong than the repair cost would be double - but still much less than a complete replacement.
 
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