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GRAND AM 2005 original Radio with CD how to setup time

I want to setup time and need to know how to change the displayed time. Which keys do I have to press?

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  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    Bought the car weeks ago and want to setup time. Please help me.

  • jodizwicker Apr 26, 2009

    I cant figure out how to change the clock in my 2005 grand am

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Press and hold the HR or MIN arrow for two seconds.
Then press HR until the correct hour appears on
the display. Press and hold MIN until the correct minute
appears on the display. The time can be set with the
ignition on or off.

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