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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-02-2008, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
 
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cluster clock adjustment

alright i realize this is probibly a real stupid question, but i cant figure this out.

how do i change my clock time?
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really? no body knows how to change the time on their clock?
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push both buttons at the same time, then i think adjust changed the number you have selected and select moves to the next number.
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Hold bth buttons down till the the numbers start blinking
the Adj will reset the hours , the reset will adj the minutes



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what year rr is it ?? the 03 04 s had problems with the buttons falling out of the cluster under the rubber buttons you can take the rubber off and take 2 small screwdrivers or somthing else that fits and set them that way and then put the rubber back on ..

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I thought it tells you how in the manual... no?
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I had the same problems with the buttons falling out under the rubber. I had to take the front end off, and the cluster out to take it apart to fix it. So far so good, and yes you push both buttons down to set the clock.


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