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I own a 2004 325i....How do you change the time on the stereo and on the odometer area??!! help please!!
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I own a 2004 325i....How do you change the time on the stereo and on the odometer area??!! help please!!
This is the wrong section for your car, you have an E46. But to answer your question you take the ODO reset button in the cluster and twist it left or right to adjust the time. When the time changes in the cluster it resets the radio time as well.
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