Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
I have a jvc stereo for my 1997 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo, I have followed the instructions but still cant get it to work. I bought 2 wiring harnesses because thats what my factory one was built for, but I cant find a place to put all the wires. I need help desperately and since i;m a girl everyone wants to charge me my right arm to hook it up for me. I can do it, I just need to know where all the wires go. The instructions were not the greartest. I appreciate all your help. Thanks Ginger
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Technology leaps ahead so fast..The value of the unit just might be a moot point if you are wanting to get the closest thing to the same features, etc.. The age of the unit is such that the original start date of manufacture makes it "obsolete". However, your insurance adjuster might be able to figure a "fair market" value to help you decide what to do next..accordianman
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
you have to press and hold the set button until you see "demo" appear, and then RELEASE the set button - this gets you to the settings menu.. Then you use the little >> and << selector to select clock hour /then clock minute and use the tuning dial to adjust. - then push the set button again to exit the settings menu.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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go to the setting button and press hold for 15 seconds ,and if the number in the screen is flashing,its the time you set the hour ,the minute and the date ,that's all...
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Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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