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Old 03-02-2008, 01:58 PM
 
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I know, Iknow I must be a total idiot--but I can not figure out how to set the clock on the radio--please have mercy it is not inj the owners manual --it must be too obvious to put it in there--anyway help
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stock radio or aftermarket? which model radio my manual gives details for a few radios in these blazers...
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If its stock it should say in the owners manual, if its aftermarket it should also state it in the owners manual. Let us know what radio you (and model number if aftermarket) and we'll try to help.
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Default RE: setting the time on radio clock

Would be nice if you would add your vehicle information into your signature and attach it to all of your posts.

As far as setting the clock, if it is a stock unit, have a look at the OWNER'S MANUAL page 3-39.

I guess you got that replacement radio unlocked... No update to the other thread you have though..
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Default RE: setting the time on radio clock

sorry it's a 2003 with a stock radio no cassette--I have been unable to unlock the other unit withcd that I got on ebay--I will revisit the manual but on my first read I saw no clock setting instructions
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Default RE: setting the time on radio clock

ok --let me explain my problem--the manual does explain how to set the clock--it says press and hold HR and press and hold MN--but I do not see any buttons labelled HR or MN do I actually press the display?
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Ok here goes out of my manual for a 2002
few diff ones. ( radio with set button)
Press set. within 5 seconds,press and hold the right SEEK arrow until the correct minute appears on the display.press and hold the left seek arrow untilthe correct hour appears on the display

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(HR & MN buttons on face of radio)

Press and hold HR until the correct hour appears on the display.Press and hold MN until the correct minute appears on the display.


Does that help in anyway???
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mine does not have set--but I figured out that the hr is the up arow and the minute is the dwn arrow--I got it now--thanx
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Kool deal now dont disconnect your battery...
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