Trying to set time after battery died, not shown in manuel correctly
Usually on older AC-Delco/Remy Radio, press
the "set" button and it will take you back to the radio station
frequency, then push the left knob inward, then it will take you back
to the time again. Before the "set" mode ceases, use the seek and scan
buttons to change the minute and hour for the time, until you get to
the time you want.
Other models will have the
"set" button being a small almost hidden button, you can use a paper
clip pin end to depress. Which will initiate the "set" mode, then you
can push in the left or right knobs and the time mode will come on.
Then using seek rocker switch or the seek and scan buttons the time
minutes and hours will start to change.
last type is where you have to either hold down the set button then use
the seek and scan buttons or you have to hold down the set button for
about 4 seconds then the clock will go into a blinking or set display
mode, for which you can use either the knobs or the seek and scan
buttons to produce minute and hour change display on your clock.
these methods. I know on older GM vehicles with AC Delco/Remy type
radios/stereos, usually there is a "set" button for setting your
favorite radio stations to instant numbered buttons, usually up to four
or five of them. This same "set" button can be used to set the time.
But when you hit the "set" button it will take you to the radio station
frequency, not the time. That is when you press in the left knob or
sometimes the right knob, and the time display will come on, while it
is still in the set mode. Then you can press on the seek and scan
buttons, one of them will change your minutes the other one will change
your hours, for your clock display time. When you reach the correct
time you desire, then hit the "set" button again, which will turn off
the set mode. Your clock should start working normally, starting from
the time you've set
Aug 23, 2009 |
2004 Pontiac Grand Am