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Could someone tell me how to set the clock in the OE radio that has the integral cassette player?
I have tried pushing all the buttons that made some sense to push- nothing.
 

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I think its a matter of pushing numbers combo, Ill look for a book I have somewhere...

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turn radio on
press "sel" to toggle to display time
press "set"
press "sel" to toggle between radio push button settings the clock setting (you want clock)
press "tune" up or down to advance or decrease hour
press "sel" to display minutes
press "tune" up or down to advance or decrease minutes
press "sel" to restart clock or turn off radio, and turn it on.
 

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Thanks Pinino, this worked for me on about the 6th try; with the exception that I used the 'seek' button to change the time (perhaps 'tune' does the same thing).

Mark

turn radio on
press "sel" to toggle to display time
press "set"
press "sel" to toggle between radio push button settings the clock setting (you want clock)
press "tune" up or down to advance or decrease hour
press "sel" to display minutes
press "tune" up or down to advance or decrease minutes
press "sel" to restart clock or turn off radio, and turn it on.
 

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I do not set a time for my clock on my radio. I keep it dark. Having two clocks in the car never made sense to me.

Jeff

And the second clock in a 164 is where? The 91-93 clock is in the radio.
 

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If he has a 94/95...
 

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Yes. I have a '94 and there is a clock in the HVAC control panel and also one in the radio if I so desire. The military time however has taken a while for me to get use to it.

Cheers,

Jeff
 

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Yup, although those who have served us well in the military (thank you) are used to military time, many of us have to stop for just a sec to translate. Personally, in the LS, I don't bother even looking at the clock in the display panel, being used to the clock as in the 91S radio, driving that car almost daily.
 
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