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    Default I've got a new car hifi, but...

    Well i fitter my new clarion last night, all is great, except i can't connect the arial, what connector to do i need to connect the arial?

    cheers

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    Probably need a DIN to Fakra connector:

    http://www.incarexpress.co.uk/view_p...?partno=PC5111

    Pretty cheap if you shop around. Probably just as cheap to goto Halfords and get one instead of paying postage etc.

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    Wot you done wiv the old one

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    Quote Originally Posted by myelite150 View Post
    Wot you done wiv the old one

    At the moment its sitting in my hall, until i figure out how to change the clock without putting it back in twice a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdansk View Post
    At the moment its sitting in my hall, until i figure out how to change the clock without putting it back in twice a year
    Can only change the time by putting it back in and letting it update, or by Tech2 or similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdansk View Post
    At the moment its sitting in my hall, until i figure out how to change the clock without putting it back in twice a year

    oh botherrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aidi View Post
    Can only change the time by putting it back in and letting it update, or by Tech2 or similar.
    Legend has it that a few people on here have managed to do it via the steering wheel..... if they could come forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdansk View Post
    Legend has it that a few people on here have managed to do it via the steering wheel..... if they could come forward
    Bring it on if thats the case!

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    Hi Aidi i Have a clarion double din fitted to mine, I purchased the connects 2 steering wheel interface ctsvx002. this interface allows the steering wheel controls to work and also allows you to change the time via the scroll wheels. My car is full can bus and had the cd30 radio originally. If yours is half can then connects 2 do a steering wheel interface for this also but I don't know if it allows you to change the clock. I got mine from here http://www.dynamicsounds.co.uk/steer...47_87_250.html might be worth giving them a call to find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by platty View Post
    Hi Aidi i Have a clarion double din fitted to mine, I purchased the connects 2 steering wheel interface ctsvx002. this interface allows the steering wheel controls to work and also allows you to change the time via the scroll wheels. My car is full can bus and had the cd30 radio originally. If yours is half can then connects 2 do a steering wheel interface for this also but I don't know if it allows you to change the clock. I got mine from here http://www.dynamicsounds.co.uk/steer...47_87_250.html might be worth giving them a call to find out.
    Hi

    Its full can bus, i know how to scroll to the time, but what buttons do i press to change its, thanks in advance.

    (forgot to say bought the cables for hooking it all up and they are connected)

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