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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pioneer Super Tuner 3 Removal
If it's been installed with the original DIN mount, there are 2 small flat clips that slide in a small slot on each side of the radio. The 2 pieces of metal are pushed in to release the clips holding the radio in the bracket. Then the radio pulls out
Those clips come with the Pioneer stereo but should be available from a place that sells/installs car audio
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
SOURCE: Pioneer Super Tuner III DEH-45DH
I just bought a Ranger with the same problem... been surfing the internet and these are some of the answers.. I haven't tried any of them but I hope this helps:
Try pressing and holding the CLOCK button
while pressing the first
FM Preset button to change the hours
and the second FM Preset for the minutes!
We hope this helps!
turn the system off. Now hold down the function or audio button. It should light up the display with the time blinking. use the tuning and/or volume button to adjust hr/min, The rest is straightforward....
I just had to set mine and yes you turn the power off. Then you hold in the "F" button (just below "eject")" for 2-3 seconds. The time will display and the hour will blink. Use the up down arrows to change the hour then use the right arrow to switch to the minutes and again use the up or down arrows to change the minutes
Turn system on with only clock showing Press and hold "A" audio button till hour starts blinking the rest is easy too work out
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
ok what u do is turn radio off hit clock so that it displays the time then hold audio button in until clock starts flashing then use your arrow ****. not your vol. ****.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
SOURCE: setting clock radio
Press and hold down the "clock" button. You should see your time start flashing. Normally you set the time with the volume or channel control. Check which control lets the selector jump from "hou" to "minute and set the minutes. To exit setting menu, depress "clock" button again
Posted on May 06, 2009
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