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Old 04-19-2006, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Clock Time

May be a dumb question, but need to change the time on the clock from daylight saving on my 96 318 and cannot work out how to do it. The clock holds good time, just an hour out. I can only see two buttons that would normaly set it but they don't seem to work, maybe they are faulty ??
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The clock is set differently depending on what MID (multi information display) you have. How many buttons?
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If it's 7 buttons, then hold down the hr/date button for 5 seconds until the : starts blinking. Then use the hr/min buttons to adjust the time and press Set to set it. While changing the time, use the C/F button to switch between am/pm and 24 hour time.
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Great stuff !! Worked a treat.... Thanks for the help guys..
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