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1966 Crown Coupe, 2016 200 S AWD, 1962 Lark Daytona V8.
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The radio relies on a good ground and good battery power connection to retain clock and station memory. There seems to be a poor/intermittant connection somewhere in this circuit. Check for loose connections and IOD fuses.
If it is a battery connection issue, do you notice lights flickering or any other symptoms? You might want to return to Walmart and have them re-check their work if this started after their service.
 

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Setting the clock and station presets should be all that is needed. It is covered in the owners manual. Has the radio stopped cutting out?
 

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Is it over-charging when the engine speed goes above idle? The radio may have taken a voltage spike during a jump and has been damaged.
There is no RAM flash or software reload at the dealer for this radio.
 

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There are wiring and installation kits available for aftermarket, but you might be better off with a good used Chrysler unit that would be 'plug n' play'.
 

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I never liked the tiny buttons and displays on the DIN-sized units.
 
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