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2015 Cali T Infotainment & Clock Gone Dark (Black)

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  1. DJP

    DJP Karting

    Jun 9, 2013
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    Silicon Valley
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    Daniel
    So interesting thing happened today. I noticed on first start that the clock in the dashboard was black. After driving for a bit, and after my second start, I noticed a message along the lines of "[something] not programmed" and this time the clock and infotainment screen were both black.

    I tried restarting the car a few times and got the same message. I checked w/ the battery tender and I was 4 out of 7 lights on. Called into Silicon Valley Ferrari and was told that the infotainment screen will sometimes go black especially with this year Cali, and when this happens, to simply hold in the power/volume button for a few seconds. Sure as heck, this solved the infotainment issue.

    However, the clock is still black. I might be blind and missed an already posted answer to this in the forums. Any sage advice on what to do with the clock?

    I've got the battery tender working now...
     
  2. DJP

    DJP Karting

    Jun 9, 2013
    66
    Silicon Valley
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    Daniel
    Resolved: Hold down on the tpe for 3-5 seconds. Will turn back on ;)
     
  3. tomc

    tomc F1 World Champ

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  4. DJP

    DJP Karting

    Jun 9, 2013
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    Daniel
  5. tomc

    tomc F1 World Champ

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    Learned something new...T
     
  6. uhn2000

    uhn2000 Formula 3

    Oct 15, 2011
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    Yes I remember mine went off there is also a setting in systems (on the left screen).
     
  7. 635CSI

    635CSI Formula 3
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    I loved our Cali T, but the bit I liked the least was that TPE gizmo.
     

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