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Old 11-06-2008, 03:27 PM   #1
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Got a friend trying to change her time on her clock, the vehicle is a 2006 Honda Accord Lx, Auto trans, Sedan. thanks for any input. I tried posting in the 03+ thread and no replies.
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She has a 2006 Accord, and it didn't come with the owners manual?
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1st thing i asked
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I'd be pissed, I still have mine from 95.

I'm sure someone around here knows.
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It should be the same on all 7th gens right? I'm guessing the clock is built into the radio. So, look for a button with a button that says clock. Look closely at each button. The word clock may be written outside the button.

I've been looking at some pictures, you hold down the sound button (notice to the right, there is the word clock) Hold it down until the display show the time blinking, now you are ready to set the time. Buttons 4 and 5 should be H and M. 6 is R. (letters are below the numbers) Then, press 4 for the hour and 5 for the minutes. I believe press "sound" again to confirm. (if not hold it down)

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thanks buddy, i havent looked at her car but ill give her the instructions, im sure its that simple, but you know women haha.
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you might want to call the dealer up and see how it works ..
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