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Q: How do I set the 12/24 hour format?

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How do I set the 12/24 hour format?

Your clock is capable of displaying the time in either a 12 or a 14-hour format. This format can be adjusted with just a few steps: 1. Turn on the infotainment system. 2. Press the CONFIG button. 3. Select Time and Date Settings. 4. Highlight 12/24 Hour Format, and then use the MENU or MEN/SEL knob to choose which format you would like to use. 5. Press the BACK button to save the settings.

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