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How do you set the clock and radio buttons on the factory installed radio for a 1995 E350 Ford Van?

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2015-07-16 18:13:55
2015-07-16 18:13:55

For the clock: Turn the radio on Push and hold in the clock button And push the seek button (left) for hours And push the seek button (right) for minutes There is no AM or PM

For the radio: Find a radio station on the radio Push one of the selector buttons on the radio and hold it down for about 10 seconds and release Thats all it takes You should have 5 buttons for AM And 5 buttons for FM-1 And 5 buttons for FM-2

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the volume nob push it in and hold it and then click the seek button to change stations

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If it is the factory installed radio with single CD and cassette. On the right side of the radio display, right above the "Eject CD" button, there you will find two small indented push buttons, one marked with an "H" for hours and the other marked with an "M" for minutes. Press the buttons to set the correct hours and minutes. There is no AM or PM settings.


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