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Set the clock on the ceiling console - 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Press and hold the set or mode button for three or four seconds until the digits blink then you can set the time

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Nice & easy- Have your radio switched on. Push & hold the volume knob for 3 seconds. It should now say Initial volume setting (or something of the like), scroll to the right & it should say clock setting, press the volume knob again. Turn the knob to change the hour figure, press the volume knob again for minutes and press the knob again to set.

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For dashboard mount:
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Carefully pull the clock bezel from the dash.
Remove the screws securing the clock to the dash.
Pull the clock out slightly and unplug the electrical connector.
Installation is reverse of removal.

For console mount:
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the rear console.
Remove the screws securing the front console cover and pull the assembly out slightly.
Unplug the electrical connectors on the back of the panel.
Remove the screws securing the clock (they come in from the back of the panel), then remove it from the panel.
Installation is reverse of removal.

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HOW CAN I CHANGE THE BULBS FOR THE MAP LIGHTS AND THE CIGAR ASH R


Hi,
By map lights I assume you mean the ones at the top of the windsheild on the ceiling? They are easy, but it takes a lot of force to pry the assembly from the ceiling without damaging anything.
First make sure they are not hot, so make sure the ones you touch have been off for at least a few minutes. The whole assembly comes off of the ceiling, just pry back the edges to get a good grip and pull down. It should come straight off. Then pull the old bulbs, wipe the new ones and install them with a lint free cloth. The light cluster will press back up into the ceiling.
For the ash tray light, it gets a bit more complicated. The light is under the center console. With the gray interior in my car, the console top is black, and that's what you're prying up. You can pull (pry) the center console straight up, and tilt it to the side, where you can look in from the side and get to the bulb. It's a little thing just where you think it would be. Again, install without getting oils or fingerprints on it, and if you do, wipe them off. The console will press back down with a little wiggling.

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Clock bulb replacement


Sisters car has the same thing. I don't think they have a bulb to light up the clock. I'm not too sure. I might try again I had to repair the aircon switch before.

How to remove the clock.

You have to remove the center console to remove the clock. (Manual car version)

-Unscrew gear knob.
-Pull out gear shifter cover surround.
-Remove cover plate with small flat blade in little tray aft of the gear stick.
-Remove 2 screws revealed by cover.
-Remove 2 screws 1 on either side of the AFT (not middle) end of the center console.
-Remove aft half of center console.
-Remove 2 screws 1 on either side fwd of air con controls.
-Remove 1 screw underneath ash tray.
-Remove hazard switch and other switch next to clock using a flat blade to pry them out.
-Unclip switches disconnect plugs.
-Remove 2 screws revealed behind switches.
-Take your time to remove fwd console / dash trim (extra screws might be there to take out).
-Disconnect clock plug.
-Remove clock.

Let me know if there is a bulb in there

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