2016 Fiat Ducato clock

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  1. Squeezy

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    Can anybody tell me how to change the clock on a new Ducato? I've looked at the manual, but in practice I don't get the menu options it suggests I should when I press the 'Mode' button.
     
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    If it's like the older models .. press mode then the up or down arrows next to it until you get to the item you want then press mode again
     
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    Turn the ignition to acc position first, then you will get the correct mode when pushing the button.
     
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    We just move the fingers on ours.......(y)(y)

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    The problem is that the item I want, i.e. Set Time, is not there. It allows me to change the volume of the speed warning and turn off the passenger air bag and other things, but nothing as simple as altering the time.
     
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    Right - I'll try that next. Thanks for the tip.
     
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    I remember it took me ages to do ours last clock change. If you are still struggling tomorrow I will look at ours, since I haven't changed it yet.
     
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    Look up multi function display in the hand book, it will be described there.

    When you have set it a long press on Mode will get you back to normal
     
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    The option for time is not there when engine running. Needs to be done when stationary and engine off.
     
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    Ours was new last year and had the same problem last autumn and posted same thread ! We found it on the right hand side of the steering wheel.
     
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    Just leave it and it will be correct for 6 months of the year :)
     
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    That's what we do :)

    Car is now incorrect but motorhome is fine, or is it the other way round.... and does it really matter?
     
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    Problem solved. Turns out that the radio and display panel talk to each other and the radio clock automatically searches for the correct time, so everything has now updated. Technology is great when it works! Thanks, everybody, for your suggestions.
     
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