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How can I change the time on my outlander vrx? It's currently on daylight savings time.
Reset the time an hour forward or back as the case may be. Clocks are all either 12 hour time or 24 hour time( ie1 am or pm or 0100 or 1300 hrs)
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not familiar with this particular car. Do you have the owners manual? Instructions should be in there. If not, look for tiny buttons you would press with a pen or toothpick marked H and M. Press the H one until you get to the correct hour. Most will not go backward, just forward however many hours you need. I have an after market radio that I must get the instructions out every year to reset.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
yes I would look in a salvage yard for the seat maybe ebay.com all the bolt holes should already be in the car body so unless you are picky about exact matching seat you could do this your self around $200.00-300.00
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Turn the igniton to the "on" position. The radio should have two small buttons on it marked H (for hours) and M (for minutes). Press and hold the H button for a few seconds and the clock will go into a "set" mode. adjust the hours until the time is correct and then let go of the button and you will be all set.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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there is supposed to be a power constant connected to the stereo, which would allow power to continue while the car is not on. you could have a blown fuse, or the radio may not have been installed properly. the power constant lead is usually a yellow or blue wire (one or the other, i cant remember which, off the top of my head) coming out of the rear of the radio/harness, and should be connected a fuse which always gets power (usually labeled as "acc constant"), or should be connected directly to the battery.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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