Q: How do you set the clock with a navigation system?

asked by on December 14, 2015

How do you set the clock with a navigation system?

Setting the clock on a car with a navigation system is just as simple as one without the nav system. It might actually be a little easier. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Press the setting button.

  2. Choose clock.

  3. Choose your format (12 or 24 hour).

  4. Choose to offset the hour.

  5. Choose to offset the minute.

  6. Choose whether daylight savings time should be active.

  7. Select your time zone.

Tip

The clock automatically sets itself, so there should be little to no need to actually set it. It does so based on GPS connectivity.

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