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How to Set the Clock on a Ford Explorer (1995-2001)

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Is the clock in your 1997 Ford Explorer slow or fast? Learn how to toggle through the correct menu items to set the time correctly in your Ford. You will see whether your Ford needs to be turned on and how to navigate to the clock settings and accurately set the time in this free how-to video for a 1997 Ford Explorer.

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