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p-warren said:
Hi,
Nice easy question this one, so hopefully someone can help me out with this. How do you set the dashboard clock in the X250 cab?

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Paul.
Easy Peasy. I have done it at least 3 times and as luck would have it, I have forgotten. But I think you press the mode button on the right of dashboard when engine is off and cycle through. And then it is either turning the dimming stick near the speedo or cycle with the arrows next to mode.

Sorry if I have totally lost the plot and I may even be wrong. Unheard off on this site. 8)
 

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you use the MODE button on the bank of switches to the RH side of the steering wheel to select MENU. You then use the up key to move up the menu until 'Select Clock' is displayed { may be 'change time' but its clear what to do}.
I'm not 100% sure from there but you obviously select that you want to change the time and use the up/down keys to alter it.
i'm sure somebody will come along and give a more detailed explanation.
 

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Cor blimey, blow that.
I will keep my old Ducato where the clock has two small buttons. One for advancing the hours and one for minutes.

Sounds like progress has gone all high tech. Keep it simple I say and I bet your clock will cost 50 times more to replace than the old one.

Ray.
 

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rayc said:
from the handbook, I hope it comes out ok.
Thanks Rayc, that set of instuctions did it, I now have the correct time showing. Strangely mine doesn't have the date option, but I don't really need that.

Since you appear to have the handbook that I am missing, I wonder if I could trouble you to also post the page which shows which fuse is which for the cab?

And does anyone know if the cab section handbook is available on line anywhere? I know I can get all of the rear section handbooks from Swift, but I'm missing the fiat cab one.

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Paul, The section on fuses runs to 7 pages as there are 3 standard fuse boxes and one optional so a bit hard to scan in { and subequently post into the forum}. PM me with an e mail address and I will send copies of them direct to you.

I would have thought you could purchase it from any Fiat main dealerbut there is an advert on ebay for 2007 Ducato Van handbook for £19.99 +postage.

If you want to know anything specific feel free to ask.
Ray
 

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rayc said:
Paul, The section on fuses runs to 7 pages as there are 3 standard fuse boxes and one optional so a bit hard to scan in { and subequently post into the forum}. PM me with an e mail address and I will send copies of them direct to you.

I would have thought you could purchase it from any Fiat main dealerbut there is an advert on ebay for 2007 Ducato Van handbook for £19.99 +postage.

If you want to know anything specific feel free to ask.
Ray
Thanks Ray, if you could email the scans to me at [email protected] that would be great. Ta.
 
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