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#1 MrsManson

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Posted 23 May 2008 - 05:24 PM

Hi

I recently had my car in for repair but since it's come back the car cd radio will not hold its time. The stereo is the 6000 series but when I programme the time and press set (the menu button), although the time changes immediately, it doesn't store it once the car has been switched off.

I have to reset the time each time I start the car. I read somewhere in the audio manual about and RDS setting but I have looked through the menu of the CD player and I cannot find this function.

The car was not in for a CD repair but a blown heater fuse. I don't want to take it back to them as they are ford dealers and they've had the car in and out over the past few weeks with different jobs and parts not coming in and no courtesy car available. Least to say that particular Ford dealer is absolutely horrendous. So I'd rather try and sort the problem out with others assistance.

Is there anyone out there that has had this problem before and could offer their help?

Many thanks.

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#2 Jay.p

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Posted 10 December 2009 - 06:16 PM

Hello,
did you get anywhere in sorting your problem,I have the same problem with the time setting/memory on my radio,

thanks,
Jay


Hi

I recently had my car in for repair but since it's come back the car cd radio will not hold its time. The stereo is the 6000 series but when I programme the time and press set (the menu button), although the time changes immediately, it doesn't store it once the car has been switched off.

I have to reset the time each time I start the car. I read somewhere in the audio manual about and RDS setting but I have looked through the menu of the CD player and I cannot find this function.

The car was not in for a CD repair but a blown heater fuse. I don't want to take it back to them as they are ford dealers and they've had the car in and out over the past few weeks with different jobs and parts not coming in and no courtesy car available. Least to say that particular Ford dealer is absolutely horrendous. So I'd rather try and sort the problem out with others assistance.

Is there anyone out there that has had this problem before and could offer their help?

Many thanks.


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