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#1 (permalink) Old 03-16-2004, 05:07 PM
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Forgot my manual book at home... how do u change the clock on the 2003 330i?
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I would think it would be the same on the 2003, but you turn the knob opposite your odometer reset knob. Turn to the right and it advances the minutes...turn to the left and it advances the hours. That in turn automatically adjusts you radio clock also.

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you knwo this bloody rith turn knob doeas not worl sometimes. the manual says you have to have th ecloski on display, i do and it doeas nothin...
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