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2001 honda factory radio/cd player

How do I change the time?

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  • jessie-leigh Feb 08, 2009

    I have M on preset 1, H on preset 2 and Set on preset 3. However nowhere on my radio says clock. I have tried holding down the scan button and changing the minutes but nothing happens. I have also tried holding down the RPT button but nothing happens either. I have been doing it with my car on, but radio off.



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The way to change the time in your 2002 Civic should be to...push and hold the Scan/RPT button (which should say "CLOCK" under it) and then while still holding that button push the No. 4 button (which should say "H" for Hour under it) to change the hours, and push the 5 button (which should say "M" for Minute under it) while still holding Scan/RPT remember, to change the minutes. Hope this helps you, good luck

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