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  How to set clock on radio - Posted: 09-24-2008, 04:32 AM
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I know this is a dumb question. But my husband and I have messed around with the radio trying to figure out how to set the clock on our Durango's radio. The instruction manual states to use the "time" button, but our radio doesn't have a "time" button on it. The picture shown in the owner's manual isn't the one we have in the Durango. We bought it used, it's an '05 Dodge Durango, Limited, without the Sirius radio, but does have navigation. It is the original radio, just not the one shown in the book. Anyone have any help? Thanks so much!

~M
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 Posted: 09-24-2008, 08:14 AM
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welcome to the site

does your radio look like this one ?

we will help you figure it out !
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 Posted: 09-24-2008, 10:06 AM
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nope i think theirs is the nav unit style!! by the way when did you jump in my D to take that picture! lol !! give it a few my05durango someone will chime in and help you on this that has that style. better yet take a picture so we can see what you have
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Welcome to DT!

The Nav unit should set the time automatically!
You need to go into the settings menu to say GPS time or manual set time.
I have mine set to GPS...
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  Here's a pic of my radio - Posted: 09-24-2008, 12:58 PM
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Not sure if it matters, but we never did get the Nav. CD with the Durango. I tried to click into the Nav part, and pressed "set" but it wouldn't let me do anything.

Thank you~M
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i know with the radio ram man and myself have you turn the knob on the right to get to the right time and push to go to the hr or mins and then time again to set it... you try calling dealer to see if they can help you over the phone. dang what a dumb question to ask but hey never hurts to try them!
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this one is different than yours, but see if any of this info may apply to your situation:

http://www.chrysler.com/en/owners/mygig/


meanwhile, I'll keep looking
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Not sure if it matters, but we never did get the Nav. CD with the Durango. I tried to click into the Nav part, and pressed "set" but it wouldn't let me do anything.

Thank you~M
I have the same one but with the Nav DVD, The clock is set by pressing NAV - then enter when prompted - CLOCK SETTING.


Or just unplug the head unit for an hour or so and plug it back in at exactly 12:00 AM

Ebay has NAV DVDs for sale.
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  Thank you - Posted: 09-24-2008, 05:41 PM
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For all your help. I guess we'll look into buying the Nav cd for it. I appreciate all the help! LOL @ the unplugging it and plugging it back in @ 12...I did think about doing that...desperate times...call for desperate measures Thanks so much again everyone!

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keep us posted
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That is a problem! Make sure you get a OEM NAV DVD!
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