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
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.
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.
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Don't know your car but clock on a lot of cars is controlled by the other button near the odo reset - press and hold till clock flashes, these buttons are normally near speedo and rev counter normally ignition on engine off then sometimes your button turns left or right to adjust. Either that or search for images of your car and it's clock.
To replace the clock light bulb on 2001 Honda Accord, you will need:
Remove the clock assembly in the 2001 Honda accord. Pry
the clock assembly off by wedging a flathead screwdriver into the edge
and prying off the cover. Work your way around until it comes off.
Remove the old bulb by pulling it out of the socket. Dispose of the bulb.
Replace the bulb with an equivalent bulb. Simply push
the bulb into the slot. Be sure to take the bulb with you when you
purchase a new bulb so you get the exact bulb. Purchase a bulb with the
same voltage. Although a bulb with different voltage may work, it can
burn out more quickly.
Replace the clock assembly. Line up the clock assembly over the bulb and press firmly on both edges to attach it back to the 2001 Honda Accord dash.
Place masking tape on the edges of the dash around the clock assembly
to protect your dash while you are removing the assembly with the
screwdriver. Remove the masking tape when you are finished replacing the
clock light bulb on your 2001 Honda Accord.
Hi, I have an 2008 and I think there might be some difference in appearance of the radios between the two year models but the basic settings should be about the same, 1. press and hold clock button until it beeps and display flashes 2. locate buttons that might have a tiny H (hour) and M (minute) by them, if it has preset buttons that's where they are on the 08, it might even be the tuning knob but you can find them. 3. once time is set press clock button again to exit set mode. Hope it helps you!
use a eyeglass flat screww driver to pry the clock assembly up and out , disconnect the clock assembly and remove the bulb by twisting the the blue or sometimes grey round plastic bulb bottom to remove it from the assembly. install new bulb , twist clockwise to lock in place , reinstall assembly
There is a bulb in the clock but you will have to remove the instrument cluster to get to it. This involves removing some molded trim panels around the steering column and it is not very easy. Yeah, I don't think Honda could have made changing a clock light bulb any harder.
For the error code on your stereo--look in your paper work you got when you purchased the car and see if you can find a radio code in there. Check the owner's manual for a sticker with the code stuck on a page. You'll need to input the code to get your stereo to turn on. Don't have or can't find? You may have to remove the radio to get the serial number on it and call your local Honda dealer.