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Noob Question, how to set the clock on a 2002 Civic?

Hey guys kinda of a noob question lol, but I was wondering how to you set the clock (change the time) on a 2002 Civic with a tape deck?
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turn the car on, but turn the radio off. under the radio controlls in the black plastic the words clock, hour and min are in the plastic under some of the radio buttons. hold the button that clock is under and then adjust the time using the buttons with hour and min under them. the only hard part is seeing the black plastic words if you are blind.
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read the owners manual. its in there,
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Disconnect the negative battery terminal, remove the front right tire, and then you'll see the buttons to adjust it.
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^^^^^o ya, i forgot that method. good memory rufus.
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Thought it was the front left tire???????
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maybe it is, i thought it was the right cuz theres more room, cuz of the engine placement.
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Thanks guys, got it to work, the Civic isn't my car.
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