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Q: How do I adjust the time on the clock?

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How do I adjust the time on the clock?

The clock is located on the top of the center display with the Hour button on the left and the Minute button on the right of the clock display. Press the Hour button until the correct hour is displayed. Press the Minute button until the correct minute is displayed.

Tip

  • The clock will display when the engine is on or in accessory mode.

  • The time automatically reverts to 1.00 if the battery is disconnected and reconnected.

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