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2008 Honda Accord - change clock

I can't change the clock on my new 2008 Honda luxury (not Euro)
The manual states that there is a Title/Aux/Clock button on the dash. There is no clock button on the dash. Can someone please assist me here? It's driving me crazy

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Thanks Scott

Unfortunately, your suggestion didn't work. I followed your instructions and the radio just comes back on, regardless of how long I hold the 'release source. And once off, and I'm holding the button in, the clock doesn't change, or start blinking as I would expect.

Your right it is an elusive menu....even the dealer I bought the car off hasn't been able to seek an answer in the last 3 days.

We are in a daylight savings period, hence why I would like an acurate reading.

Appreciate you taking he time to respond.

Anyone else have an answer

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TRY THIS FIRST:

I know this works for the 4800, but I am not sure for the 2800...

1. Turn the KEY ON. If the radio comes on,
2. TURN IT OFF. (Press/hold source for 3 seconds)
3. When off release source.
4. Press/hold for 3 seconds again as if to turn on.(merely tapping 'source' will power the unit ON.) You should find the clock settings there. Function key may also be used in a similar manner, I cannot be 100% sure as to your situation. Try press/hold on either 'source' or 'function'.

Whichever is your case, the 'function' button is most likely used to navigate this elusive menu.

I hope this helps
Scott

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