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Q: How do I set the clock?

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How do I set the clock?

You can set the clock through your infotainment system, with just a few steps: 1. Turn on the infotainment system. 2. Press the CONFIG button. 3. Select Time and Date Settings. 4. Select Set Time. 5. Turn the MENU or MEN/SEL knob to adjust whichever value is currently highlighted. 6. Press the MENU or MENU/SEL knob to confirm the adjustment, and move to the next value. 7. Repeat steps 6-7 until the time is set. 8. Press the BACK button to save the settings.

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