How do you set the clock on a 1997 f250

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Asked by Dec 07, 2013 at 10:32 AM about the Ford F-250

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Bought a F 250 with no manual.  There must be a trick to setting the clock.

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Not sure what radio you have, try this and let us know if it works...turn the radio ON and while pressing and holding the CLOCK button, you press the SEEK buttons to set the time (the left one for the hours and the right one for the minutes).

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http://justgivemethedamnmanual.com/ford/ford-f-250-owners-manuals/ -- - here's you access to an owners manual. Hope it helps

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Have a 95 e350 econoline ford box truck... might have same radio...try turning power on...hold clk untill "clock set" appears above time...continue holding clk button and use seek for hrs up, and tune for miniutes up. Then release.

My van you hold clock/Vol button and the tune button; - is min + is hrs

Reverse that sorry, +is minutes -is hrs

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