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Q: How do I choose 12 or 24-hour format for the clock?

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How do I choose 12 or 24-hour format for the clock?

You can choose whether your vehicle’s clock has a 12-hour format, or a 24-hour format. To do so, open the infotainment center and press the Config button, then select Time Settings. Highlight the button that says 12/24 Hour Format, then press the Menu or Menu/Sel knob to select which format you prefer.

Tip

You can only set the clock format when the vehicle is turned to On/Run or Acc/Accessory.

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