On my '88 Delco stereo, the scan and seek are in fact the way to set the clock. This should work. B)Originally posted by Canuck@Apr 5 2004, 02:23 PM
Assuming you have a stock Delco stereo. First turn the power off to the stereo. Then hit set depending on the which Delco stereo you have try the seek or scan buttons. If these don't work hit set again and try again with the other buttons, holding the buttons down seems to help. Hope this helps I haven't seen a 80s Delco for awhile.
THAT'S IT!!!!!Originally posted by PontiacJ8@Apr 5 2004, 05:05 PM
Your radio looks just like the one in my Monte Carlo except I don't have the tape player....try this B) :
Turn off the radio, pull out on the seek or scan button-
Seek being the hour and scan being the Minutes
Ain't got one.Originally posted by PontiacJ8@Apr 5 2004, 05:46 PM
No problem :lol: , you could've always looked in the owners manual if you got one
Yup. It's decked out pretty nicely and it's in really good shape. Needs a little bit of work, but it's near-perfect.Originally posted by MCGARRETT@Apr 6 2004, 06:19 AM
DUH.....Sorry, I was thinking the later Delco 2000 series radios, the radio was introduced in 1984 in Cadillacs, and the early ones do have the "pull" style memory buttons.
Nice Eldo...Is it a Biarritz? I have a 1978 Biarritz myself.
You ain't kiddin'. As much as I love my Eldo, it's slightly disappointing to know that my Saturn has a higher horsepower rating. :blink:Originally posted by MCGARRETT@Apr 6 2004, 12:26 PM
I agree 1979 to 1985 Eldorados are very nice cars, I prefer the 1979 and 80 versions, with either the Fuel Injected Oldsmobile gas 350 or the new for 1980 Cadillac 368/6.0 lire V8, before the 4-6-8 incident of 1981, and before the small aluminum 4100 V8 from 1982. Nothing wrong with the 4100, I just like the bigger motors.