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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 8th January 2014, 20:12 Thread Starter
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Hey! Unfortunately need FN2 help :(

Heya guys, I've recently bought myself an imola red FN2 as you can see here;



I've recently installed myself an injen CAI, (A massive hassle)
anyway... after completing it, I reconnected the battery, and shockingly every thing worked as expected :O

(I can't believe I'm writing this paragraph), However, the clock naturally reset to midnight. No issue, right? Wrong. I can't for the life of me figure out how to reset it again. This really is painful to type.
how do you reset?
I've done my research, but none of the guides seem to be for my car. Ive got the satnav module, and I've been through the settings, and that's right, but it looks as though that doesn't communiate with BCD clock next to it.

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/electro...tinuously.html

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/electro...rect-time.html

I've looked at the above messages, but doesn't work



I've robbed that picture, but that's what my dash looks like.

any help will be greatly appreciated, it's doing my tits in now!

Thanks!
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Disconnect your battery then reconnect it at midnight
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I did think of that, but that's the backup plan. Arsed about ****ing around at midnight.
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http://www.civinfo.com/pics/Civic-5D-06-NAVI-ENG.pdf

Page 82 tells you how

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I've tried that mate, but doesn't work unfortunately.
Thanks though.

I'm wondering if its not talking to the BCD display because I've fitted a Connects2 unit, but to get it to work, had to pull a cable (disables audio screen), but maybe that's the cable that syncs that clock too.
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Hello and welcome to mate..

Nightmare about the clock I think your only solution is to do what Tom says and re connect it at midnight im afraid


Simple but a pain in the arse at the same time
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Thanks for the welcome guys. I'll do a proper introduction when I'm on the computer, as I was on the tablet last night, and it's a pain in the arse to type with.
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Welcome along to the forum mate!

As for your clock, my battery was disconnected whilst my induction kit was getting installed. I had the same issue with the clock resetting to midnight but it then set itself automatically.
It also updates on it's own when the clocks go forward / back so i'm assuming this does this via FM or the sat nav GPS?


Not 100% sure though but its fully automatic on mine (I also have the SAT NAV & HFT)

Hope this helps!
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Welcome to the forum, very nice CTR hope you get your problem sorted
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nah, its an easy solve!

I cant remeber the exact button as im not in my car, but wer the bottons are for the cd player.... 3 of them will have H (HOUR) M (MINUTE) and R (RESET).

basically you hold one of them down tll the clock beeps and flashes on and off, then you the button with H & M on to adjust the time, then hold the set button.
Done!
check your car manual, i replaced my battery about a month ago and had to reset my clock in my CTR
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nah, its an easy solve!

I cant remeber the exact button as im not in my car, but wer the bottons are for the cd player.... 3 of them will have H (HOUR) M (MINUTE) and R (RESET).

basically you hold one of them down tll the clock beeps and flashes on and off, then you the button with H & M on to adjust the time, then hold the set button.
Done!
check your car manual, i replaced my battery about a month ago and had to reset my clock in my CTR
Gaz

That works fine on the basic head unit , he's got the satnav unit, it's completely different mate.


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