I found this on a wiki search...it worked for me on my 03 X-Type
"Press and hold the mode button with the radio on. This will bring up a screen, select 12 or 24 hour scale, depending on what your preference is...press mode again...now enter the time with the keypad, using a "0" before the hour,if the hour is not in double digits. Press mode again...Now use the # button to change from AM to PM. Hope this helps!
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Press and hold the mode button with the radio on. This will bring up a screen, select 12 or 24 hour scale, depending on what your preference is...press mode again...now enter the time with the keypad, using a "0" before the hour,if the hour is not in double digits. Press mode again...Now use the # button to change from AM to PM. Hope this helps!
Press and hold the MODE button until TA VOLUME is displayed Repeatedly press MODE button until CLOCK SET is displayed Seek up/ seek down keys select 12 or 24 hr mode Press MODE Button If 12 hr mode is selected use # button to selected Am or PM Use keypad to enter time .... four digits Press and hold MODE key to exit
Hope this helps!
find a 14 year old geeky kid, give him your owners manual so he can read the instructions and set the clock. keep in touch with his whereabouts as you are going to need him at least twice a year so long as you drive a car.
give him a nice tip and he can set the all clocks you own.
The ''51'' problem on a S Type is caused by a faulty external temperature sensor (7 euros from main dealer) normally located down by the front spoiler in front of the radiator (on a S TYPE ! )
Try your original DVD back in the unit and afterdoing a system reset by disconecting your battery for 10 mins - make sure you have your radio code!
hope this helps - good luck
My manual said the same thing. Although I have never had the radio stop working on me even after I changed the battery. To set the clock you hold the mode button, like your changing the bass/ treble. Hold it down then it will show clock flashing. From there I cant remember i think i used the arrows by the number pad to change the time. Hope this works for you.
Actully, you need to press and HOLD the "mode" button for a few seconds. It will then display the setting for the speed sensative volume. Press the mode button agian and it will switch to "set clock". You can select a 12 hour (standard) or 24 hour (military) clock. You then use the key pad to enter the time and the AM or PM setting .