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Setting the Time This is the mode for setting the time on the unit’s clock display. (Refer to page 51 for details concerning the clock display.) As soon as you switch to “Minute”, the seconds start counting from 00.
1. Press the FUNCTION button and select the Time setting mode in the InitialSetting Menu always select “OFF”.
2. Select “Hour” or “Minute” with the < / > buttons.
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The problem is amazingly simple.
The red wire goes to your ignition so it turns the radio off when you power down your car so as not to discharge the battery.
The YELLOW wire is usually your memory and it connects to the power side of your fuse box (anywhere will do as long as it's powered when the car is off completely). Occasionally this wire is blue but it's rare.
This wire draws a tiny little bit of power so your stereo doesn't 'forget' your station settings etc.
BTW Pioneer is one of my favourites :)