Since I hooked up my XM Radio to the unit the time is hardly ever right on this unit. I have to go into the settings change the timezone and than switch it back to the right timezone to get it calibrated. What did I do wrong??
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I am not sure about the reset. You can change time. Press and hold the SEL button. When the menu appears, if pressing left/right button doesn't select clock, try turn the volume to select and press right/left to set. Let me know it works.
I believe the USB socket your Subaru is only a charging port and does not really hook to the radio. This would require more than I know how to do, unless you can enable bluetooth on the car and your XM will work that way.
Did you ever get this fixed? I'm kind of having the same problem, my radio works but nothing else is. I can hear music on the radio but when I switch to cd or bt (iPhone) ... I hear nothing thought (cd) it recognizes discs and I can see them play but no sound. It played before till one day it stopped. I don't know what changed or was set differently.
What I did to manualy turn on and off my amp is I put a wire hooked to the fuse followed by a switch and then from the switch ran it straight to the amp. Make sure that the wire plugged into the fuse is the on the fuse for the radio and that it is live only while key is turned on. I have this set up for police reason. They do not like loud music where I live. I have never had a problem with this set up. RADIO FUSE-------SWITCH----------------AMP
Does you radio keep the correct time? If it doesn't then the
problems are related. You don't have you memory wire hooked up
right. If your radio does keep the right time after being turned
off then you just might have a model of radio that does not do what you
want it to do and the only solution to that is to get another
radio. Good luck.
I had the same problem, where the Sat radio, the bluetooth and the ipod were all non-functional. Turns out, they all go through one central hook-up, so you have to make sure that connection is good.
When mine did not show up or function, I looked at the install under the foot board of the front passenger seat that the installer did, and nothing looked out of whack. Upon closer inspection, one of the cables was had been pressed out of it's proper place and loosened enough to cause a bad connection.
I don't care for the install, but there was no problem with the equipment, so check all of your connections. Even to the point of pulling them out and reconnecting them to see if that fixes the problem.
You will need to ask the dealer to replace the display again I'm afraid. I had a friend that had a similar problem with their Nissan. They had problems with display and the CD 4 times. If you try and do it yourself, that will void the warranty. Good luck