My digital clock in the dash of my Z resets almost randomly... I set it for correct time and date and it will stay like that for once a few days... but, inevitably, it will end up at whatever it wishes. it is a Quartz clock. Any help would be much obliged =D
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I don't know what your dash layout is but you must be able to set the clock time.
If the clock display is in the hooded centre dash panel press set for more than one second to enter clock/date menu then press set briefly to move through the settings. Try pressing H and M at the same time to change from 12 to 24 clock.
The Kenwood KDC-MP335 is an aftermarket car radio that's available for many cars and trucks. The radio unit comes with a built-in digital clock. If your clock is showing the wrong time, all you need to do is enter the radio's clock-setting mode to correct the time and set the clock.------------------------------------------------------------------------ vas 5054a v19
If you have a digital clock you will have three buttons below clock one will say date and one will say time. There will also be two small black buttons above the clock. Push and hold time button and use the two small black buttons to set time- left button goes down in time and right button goes up. You can do the same thing to set date as well.
If some connections were changed then the ALWAYS ON +12 volt to the clock circuit back up is not powered all the time . check if while the battery was changed if there was any link that was disconnected that is the continuous supply to the clock.
assuming this is the digital clock, you hit the clock button on the dash, followed by the reset button followed by the clock button. at this point, you should be able to hit the clock button to advance numbers, and the reset button to change the numbers you are setting. if its the analog clock, pull on the knob and turn it
hi , I hope this help you out. the digital clock of your porsche 944 late 85 is a chronometer also.
this digital clock has three buttons, lets call them A,B,C from left to Right.
to set the time press the B Button for 5 seconds. the digits should be flashing by that time.
It will show you the option of 12H or 24h Mode, press the A button to select what you want, after push the B button to select the Hours it should be blinking Press the A button to select your time. repeat step to set the minutes.when your done Push the C button.
By now your digital clock would be set. the chronometer is the C button. to switch between clock and chronometer push C button, if you select chronometer. the A button start and stop, the B button Reset. Good Luck
To reset the message displays, turn the ignition switch on. Press and hold the odometer reset button "A" located below the speedometer. Turn off the ignition while holding the button. "OEL" will display on the indicator. Press and hold the lower digital clock reset button "B" until five dashes appear in the display. If needed, press the odometer reset button until "IN 01" appears and then press the clock reset button until five dashes appear. If needed, press the odometer reset button until "IN 02" is displayed and then press the clock reset button until five dashes appear.To exit reset mode, turn the ignition switch on and when "IN 01" appears, turn the ignition switch off.
1. Switch ignition ON. 2. Press and hold odometer reset button below speedometer. 3. Switch ignition OFF and release odometer reset button. OEL will now display. 4. Press and hold the lower digital clock set button or the analog clock set button until five dashes (-----) appear in display. 5. If necessary, pree odometer reset button to proceed to the IN 01 display (15,000 mile maintenence) and reset using the clock button. 6. If necessary, repeat procedure to reset IN 02 (30,000 mile maintenence) display. 7. To end reset mode: switch ignition ON; when display IN 01 appears, switch ignition OFF.
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