Changing the Clock Time using an after market Head Unit

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I recently installed a new Pioneer Head Unit into my Citroen C3 2006 but how to I adjust the clock time ?

You had to use the menu option off the original C3 Radio/CD head unit but I've replaced that now.

I used all the correct connectors so my Citroen C3 steering wheel stalk controls still work but not sure how to change the clock time on the center dash display.
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Any suggestions ?

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Hi mike2016

Have a look at the instructions for your adaptor. The ones I've seen allow you to operate the menu but require different, and not necessarily obvious button pressing or combinations of.
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Missing Lincs wrote:Hi mike2016

Have a look at the instructions for your adaptor. The ones I've seen allow you to operate the menu but require different, and not necessarily obvious button pressing or combinations of.
Or unplug your new stereo, plug in the old one, set the clock and then put your new stereo back in ;)
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