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Old 04-15-2003, 09:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, on a '92 325i, on the little drivers information display under the radio. I've got the time set, but it's on military (24hr) time. What's the procedure for setting it on standard (12hr) time?
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Old 04-16-2003, 12:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I think if you hold set or a long enought period of time it resets everything to the orginal setting. Try that.
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use the 100 button instead of the 1000
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Neither works. The 1000 button changes the first digit ( x0:00 ) to either "1", "2", or not there. The 100 button changes the second digit ( 0x:00 ) to 0-9 if the first digit doesn't exist, 0-9 if the first digit is 1, 0-3 if the first digit is 2. The 10 button changes the third digit to whatever 0-5. ( 00:x0 ) And the 1 button changes the fourth ( 00:0x ).

Still stuck on military time here for now.
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Press and hold the clock button until it flashes, then press the C/F button to switch from 24 to 12 hour. AM or PM should show up.
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Press and hold the clock button until it flashes, then press the C/F button to switch from 24 to 12 hour. AM or PM should show up.
You da man. Worked perfect. And now my date isn't all screwy either. Thanks.
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SWEET!! I'm glad I could help.
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