Question about 1989 Ford Thunderbird
Got a stock radio on the car, but no user's manual to tell me how to reset the clock on the car. HELP it's driving me nuts and I've tried holding various buttons down on the clock - seek, tune, volume control, none seem to trigger seetting the clock
I believe that if you HOLD DOWN the "clock" button and press "seek" for minutes and "tune" for hours you should be able to reset your clock. Remember that if you press the + "seek" you will increase the minutes and if you press the - "seek" you will decrease the minutes. The same for "tune". The left will decrease and the right will increase hours. If this doesn't work, there is something wrong with the contacts behind these buttons, or some other problem.
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