I recently inherited my grandmother's Dodge Chrysler 600. It has no manual and my attempts at browsing one online have been unsuccessful. The time on the clock is way off and it is driving me nuts having to constantly do math to figure out what time it is. Please help!
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On factory radios and many aftermarket tuners...you need to remove all CD's, turn radio power off, find (set) or clock button generally sets face to show clock instead of radio...most use the seek and scan buttons to set hour and minutes...the owners manual also shows step by step. Hope this helps.
Reset your time, then look for a button marked set, sometimes (depending on model radio) you press volume knob. You're 95% there, it's a matter of locking it you're missing, that's why it resets when you turn off car. You might check some of the Chrysler/Dodge forums also...
It's called the FSS, and it tells you how long before your next scheduled serice SHOULD be. It means that you have 600 miles until you need an A service done to your car. Once it is done by a licensed Chrysler dealer, it will be set to 7,000 miles to the dealer, and will come on occasionally to remind you.
Go to the chrysler page and look up a manual for your 05 crossfire, page 106. All the information is located there and on the next few pages. Hope that helps.
Clock Setting Procedure (digital clock page 242 of your owners manual) 1. Press and hold the time button until the hours blink. 2. Adjust the hours by turning the right side Tune/ Audio control. 3. After the hours are adjusted, press the right side Tune/Audio control to set the minutes. The minutes will begin to blink. 4. Adjust the minutes using the right side Tune/Audio control. 5. To exit, press any button/knob or wait 5 seconds.
SETTING THE ANALOG CLOCK (page 238 of your owners manual) To set the analog clock at the top center of the instrument panel, press and hold the button until the setting is correct. The clock will adjust slowly at first and then quicker the longer the button is held.