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Old 12-14-2008, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know how to change the clock on a 2004 330i??? I did it once but cant figure it out again! Thanks!
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Dont you have an owners manual??
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Turn your key to the on position then theres a BC button on your blinker switch....push that in till the clock is displayed on th screen between your speed and rpm. once you see the clock theres two buttons one that resets your odometer on the left and one on the right....twist the one on the right hard to the right and the time will change the longer you hold it the faster it will change, you keep holding it there till you reach the desired time and am/pm you need. once the time is set you can push that same button in all the way to change it from 24 to 12 hour settings. took me a while to figure it out myself so as easy as it is once you do it you would still like to wonder why bmw didnt make it easier. hope that helped!!!!!!!!!!!
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Or try this way, You just need to hold down the "clock" button for a few second. The display will lite up. Now, you will notice the 1, 10, 100, 1000 button. Press the "1" button until your desire time.

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You could go to the BMW North America website and go to owners circle. Input your VIN number and then download the owners manual
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Awesome, thanks! That helps a lot!
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