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Old 10-26-2004, 09:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there i am a newbie on this forum, i have a 1992 325i and i just want to know how to change the 'army time' to regular time for the obc module clock display?

Also...i just bought this car recently and initially the heated seats worked but now the stopped heating up. is there a setting that must be adjusted or are they just burnt out?

thanks in advanced
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Originally posted by LeeTone@Oct 26 2004, 08:08 PM
Hi there i am a newbie on this forum, i have a 1992 325i and i just want to know how to change the 'army time' to regular time for the obc module clock display?

Also...i just bought this car recently and initially the heated seats worked but now the stopped heating up. is there a setting that must be adjusted or are they just burnt out?

thanks in advanced*
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It's really stupid, but you can't. I have the same thing on my OBC. I have just lived with it for the past 5 years. Apparently, there are just 2 different OBC clocks, one with the 24 hour clock, and the other normal am/pm clock. I just look at the clock on my aftermarket head unit.

As for the heated seats, not sure what's wrong. You could try checking the fuses first. There are no adjustments.

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Ok ...that sucks...but thanks. So the heated seats has it own separate fuse, ok , i'll check that.
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