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Old 04 Dec 2011, 11:01 pm
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Default How do I change the time in a 2000 Honda Prelude?

I recently bought a 2000 Honda prelude and I am now noticing that the clock is 7 minutes slow. I see no buttons to change the time so I was wondering if someone else knew how to. Thanks.
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Old 04 Dec 2011, 11:18 pm
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lol you know the button on the clock...you can pull that back lol its push and pull.
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