Q: How do you set and use the clock?

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How do you set and use the clock?

If your car doesn’t have a navigation system, then you’ll need to manually set and adjust your clock. Doing so is easy – here’s what you should know:

  1. Press the clock button.

  2. Hold it for a few seconds.

  3. Use the seek button to adjust the hours. Use the tune button to adjust the minutes.

Both have up/down arrows that let you add or subtract minutes or hours.

  1. Once you have set the clock, just press the clock button again to accept the time.
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