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Q: How do I set the clock?

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How do I set the clock?

Your truck has a clock built into it so you never have to go searching for the current time. If the clock ever gets off by a few minutes or when Daylight Savings Time occurs, you can adjust the time by.

  1. Press the CLK button to switch between the radio and clock.

  2. Hold the CLK button in until the time starts to flash.

  3. Use the Up and Down and the Seek left and right buttons to increase and decrease the hours.

  4. Press the CLK button to move to minutes.

  5. Use the Up and Down and the Seek left and right buttons to increase and decrease the minutes.

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