Car help

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  1. Talathia

    Talathia TFW's Cool Little Heathen

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    I just sold my soul to Honda, and now am a proud owner of a 2004 used Honda Accord. (2 door, charcoal grey, and yes, there will be a 'Con logo on the back sooner or later *SLAMS FISTS* God I feel like a kid on Christmas morning with the jitters and all :D )

    However, she didn't come with a owners manual.. I'm looking around on E-bay right now for one, which I have found. But I was wondering if anyone here just happened to own one, and could look in their manuals and tell me how to re-set the clock? Thanks.
     
  2. Savanna

    Savanna Want to Touch my Wankel?

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    You don't need a Manual for little stuff like that. Instead just do a search for Honda Accord/ Honda Car forums and just ask. Since there are a ton of Honda's around you should not have a problem getting a answer. Even a General Car forum you might get a answer.
     
  3. NotFastEnuff

    NotFastEnuff I'm a smartass...

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    Go to the Honda dealership. Ask a service advisor (guys at service desk) to come out and show you how to set the clock. Be nice and courteous. They will be happy to, unless they're just a complete ass. I don't know how to set the clock, but I can tell you that putting an aftermarket radio in that thing is ROUGH. Congrats on a nice car.
     
  4. Talathia

    Talathia TFW's Cool Little Heathen

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    Thanks! Yeah I have to head over to the dealership one more time soon. So I'll ask them then. :) 
     
  5. ShortCircuit

    ShortCircuit Decepticon

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    Ya honda's are sweet good choice!

    And I second the fact you should troll some forums to get to know your vehicle, and some tips and tricks...

    If you can figure out how to do a couple things by yourself, well, you could save some cash, and who doesnt like that lol.
     

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