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Try removing the - negative - black battery terminal for at least 5 minutes then reconnect it. NOTE All of your preset radio stations clock and other settings will also be reset. Check your owners manual for more information.
Hi, do you have the MiniTuner module in the radio? You need that in, and the antenna connected facing the SW horizon. Turn on to SATellite. Adjust antenna so that you can hear Channel 1 clearly. After you hear channel 1, the satellite will send a time signal. Then go to MENU, select Adjust time and pick your time zone and if you are on Daylight Savings time. Then, menu to exit out. Your satellite signal will keep the time updated when in Satellite mode.
I don't know if that will also set the regular clock too, or just only the time while in satellite mode. Let me know how you do with it.
The easiest way to start may be to find an image (firmware) backup and flash that to your box. Many have posted backups of their image that are set up and ready for use. Be sure to find the correct image for your box model.
If you want to set every thing up yourself from scratch, there are many things to explain. Better if you try first and then ask the specific questions about the problems. Most things you set up from the menu, like Audio/Video settings, network, language, satellite dish setup etc. And some other things you might need some other tools and knowledge to do, like ftp and telnet. For reading your smartcard for watching encryted channels you might need to download a softcam. On some firmwares this is easy enaugh from the menu, on others this is not so easy accessable. Please just try, and then ask. Be sure to tell the exact problem and what image you are using. One good source for images and more information is sat-universe.com
Howdy! OK first you have to take the top off. There is a tiny screw on the back you have to take out . Then next to the big radio/CD/MP3 buttons you will see small set buttons. The first thing you do is switch off the lock then press the set time button. Use the (<<<) ( >>>) To change the time. Just hold the adjust button for a long time because it has to go through all the minutes to change the hours and you have to see the PM indicator for PM when done press enter on front year date and time zone are set the same way. And remember "Never Say Your Sorry!!!"
Separate 'plug and play' XM radios, like the one pictured above, have a "MENU" setup, and you can adjust the "Audio Level" in that menu setting. See if you can access an XM menu. You can also ask your question over at XM411.com or XMfan.com; both are 'fan' websites.
Good luck - nice car too!
Try replacing the AA batteries in the main clock/display unit - that worked for me, then you'll probably need to press the reset button next to the AA batteries, and maybe the reset button next to the AAA batteries in the remote unit - press reset on the main unit first. My remote is now registering and the red light is flashing, but I don't know how to reset to the correct time and date - it's been scanning for a while and found nothing...