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Old 03-26-2009, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default How to change time on clock

It seems like it should have been a pretty simple thing to do, but for some reason I can't figure it out. I looked in the book and the directions in it, didn't work with the cd player thats in it now. The book said to hold down the clock button and press scan up and down to change the hours. The only problem is the cd player in my truck has no "clock" button. I'm positive this is the cd player that came in the truck originally and not an aftermarket one.

Anybody know how to get it to change? If it would help I could get a picture of the cd player and console area.
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press the rds button until you get to select hour the select min.
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press the rds button until you get to select hour the select min.

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No problem when I first got mine we did not have a owners manual. I had a hard time figuring it out to.
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Or, you can disconnect the battery, wait untill 2:23 Am (default time) reconnect battery and good to. Its going to be one of those days.
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