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How do you set the clock on?
If your car doesn’t have a navigation system, it means that you’ll need to manually adjust your clock from time to time (the nav system uses GPS information to keep the clock accurate). Don’t worry. Setting the clock is easy and here’s how to do it:
Turn the ignition on.
Press the clock knob.
Turn the knob to change the hour.
Press the knob and then turn it to adjust the minutes.
Press the knob again and you’ll save the time.
If you have a multi-information display in your car, you can also choose to have the clock display in 12 or 24 hour formats.
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