Will removing my clock cause a fault?
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    Will removing my clock cause a fault?

    Hey guys, I’m installing a Switch-Pro 9100 in my 07’ RR 4.4L for my off-road lights and want to mount it where my clock is below the climate controls seeing as i never actually use it. Does anyone know if it’ll cause a fault (check engine light) if I remove it?

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    Re: Will removing my clock cause a fault?

    I have a wiring diagram for post-263535 VIN's which shows that there are four connections to the analog clock: +ve, -ve, illumination and I-bus.

    The correct time clock setting is probably adjusted remotely through the I-bus.

    The clock's I-bus connector is a terminator rather than a looped connection so chances are fair that a disconnected clock may not throw an active fault code but you may well see a fault logged in the body control data if you pull a list of stored codes at some point in the future.

    I guess you're the guinea pig here so you'll have to let us know .


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