What you need to do is turn the car on so that the radio comes on. While the radio is on, push straight in on the volume knob and then use the seek button to set the time. The left arrow sets the hours and the right arrow sets the minutes.
Pretty close: Actually turned out to be the "tune" rocker button (directly below "seeK")
Everything else is correct
the volume nob push it in and hold it and then click the seek button to change stations
It depends entirely on which (factory installed) radio you have. The instructions are different for each one. My suggestion would be to GOOGLE the words "Ford Focus clock" and see what results you get. Of course if you have an "after-market" radio you'd have to follow theinstructions for the suppliers particular radio.
Which Forester, and which time? Are you talking about a clock or engine timing? Is the clock stand-alone or on a radio? Is it the factory radio? --Ken
What is your question? The clock in the 2005 jeep liberty is built in to the factory radio.
i dont know oem is original equipment manufacturer that means a factory installed radio
check your fusees first, if it is an after market radio check your connections also check battery connections
The clock may be synchronized with the clock of the radio (factory). Adjust the radio clock using a pointed object (toothpick, ink pen) in the hour and minute buttons.
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
Have you installed an aftermarket radio or is the factory radio still installed? I had put in a aftermarket radio on my 04 Grand Prix and it does not keep date and time installed. That's because the factory radio holds that information for some reason I dont know hope that helps.
I own a Saturn L300 - we even called the Saturn dealer - the best thing to do is to scrap the old radio and have a new one installed. Whether you choose to do that through the Saturn dealer or elsewhere (recomend elsewhere) is up to you.
It displays on the factory radio. There is a button on the OEM radio to either show the time or radio station.