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The radio in my Mustang is currently a 1991 Alpine radio/cassette. It works fine, so I plan on keeping it for now, but here's my question, in hopes that someone else on here has an Alpine radio too:

How the heck do you set the clock?? I can't for the life of me figure it out, and it's really frustrating! I'd rather not have to buy the manual, but I'd like to know the time when I'm in my car!

Michelle (aka Mustang Shelly)
1968 GT 390 Fastback
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Oh, and the part number is 7401 if that helps.

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Don't have an alpine, but you might try what I did with the ford radio in my '92 that wouldn't set the hour (broken button.) I disconnected the battery at about 11:00am on saturday, then reconnected it at noon, problem solved.

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That's thinking outside the box. What a great solution.

67 Sprots Sprint, Convert. Original C code, now 293 ci with Holley 450 and 295,000 miles
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