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    Anyone on the Peninsula have the tools to do PROXY ALIGNMENT?

    Im getting the blinking clock and odometer after changing my battery. Ive a six pack of your choice of beverage if you can help me out. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by user name View Post
    I’m getting the blinking clock and odometer after changing my battery. I’ve a six pack of your choice of beverage if you can help me out. Thanks!
    That's common problem, if the odometer works fine, just leave it. I see this in a lot of videos on FIAT 500 reviews, and as for the clock, just go into the settings and manually change the time. Try going to your local dealer and see if they can fix it, if it doesn't work. I can't think of a single 3rd party that can do a proxy alignment on a FIAT.

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    Could be a blue tooth issue. Try unpairing and repairing. Better yet do a search. I dealt with this awhile back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco Reviews... View Post
    That's common problem, if the odometer works fine, just leave it. I see this in a lot of videos on FIAT 500 reviews, and as for the clock, just go into the settings and manually change the time. Try going to your local dealer and see if they can fix it, if it doesn't work. I can't think of a single 3rd party that can do a proxy alignment on a FIAT.
    I've actually left it for many months now. The odo and clock work fine. I'm just looking forward to getting the blinking out of my face at some point. :P

    There's this video that gives me hope that the proxy alignment can be done via the correct OBD2 dongle and software. I might go that way as I'd rather have these tools available than paying a dealership for a diagnostic fee and whatever else. But who knows if it will fix my specific issue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabio13 View Post
    Could be a blue tooth issue. Try unpairing and repairing. Better yet do a search. I dealt with this awhile back.
    Much search was done. My bluetooth module doesn't even show up anymore. Could be the case that it got fried when installing the new battery. So no blue+me and the steering wheel controls on the left side that would usually change tracks and such don't work but my volume buttons still operate fine.

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    I think that you may have to go to the dealer in Berkeley. That is what my body shop had to do last year for my rear back up sensors to come back after I was rear ended.
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