I did it! (1 Viewer)

Jun 6, 2022
296
610
Bottesford, Scunthorpe, UK
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89,122
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Autotrail Cheyenne
Exp
Newbie
I managed to change the time on the dash clock :clap2: after many tries since getting it I finally sussed out how, (2009 Fiat base) I held the Mode button in, the one one the righthand side of steering wheel near the headlight adjustment up/down buttons (with ignition on) I held it in until the display started flashing and then used the up/down arrow buttons to chose function and then press Mode again to select it and the hours started flashing and again the up/down buttons to change, did same for minutes, sorted, you can also change the speed warning limit as well so I set that at 60, happy days, sometimes it's the little things
 

cliffanger

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Apr 15, 2013
4,702
32,840
Saltford
Funster No
25,562
MH
Hymer A class
Exp
Since 2013
Well done you! Hope you don’t forget how to do it by the time you have to put it on an hour - our Motorhome clocks just stay on British Summer Time! :rofl:
 
Nov 19, 2021
755
1,552
Nr Wigan, UK
Funster No
85,517
MH
Rapido A Class
Exp
2002
We have two clocks in our van, one UK and one EU.
Exactly. Wife always asks which ones the correct time.

Slightly off topic.
I remember when I was 17. Got stopped whilst driving by a bobby. He said, what’s your registration number. I got out of the car, walked him around the back and pointed then walked him to the front and pointed again. I said, they put it on the front, they put it on the back and you’re asking me 😂😂😂

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Jul 31, 2019
794
7,752
Devon
Funster No
62,885
MH
Swift Bessecar 584
Exp
Since April 2019
I managed to change the time on the dash clock :clap2: after many tries since getting it I finally sussed out how, (2009 Fiat base) I held the Mode button in, the one one the righthand side of steering wheel near the headlight adjustment up/down buttons (with ignition on) I held it in until the display started flashing and then used the up/down arrow buttons to chose function and then press Mode again to select it and the hours started flashing and again the up/down buttons to change, did same for minutes, sorted, you can also change the speed warning limit as well so I set that at 60, happy days, sometimes it's the little things
I'm pleased I'm not the only one, it took me dare I say, 3 years to find how to do it, irratated the hell out of me before then. 😭😭😭
 
Jul 1, 2016
171
386
shropshire
Funster No
43,865
MH
Burstner
Exp
since 1969
I don't have a problem with any of the Fiats I've had over the years (I read the manual). The Smart car is a different story; It is always an hour ahead and changes automatically when the hour changes from BST to GMT and back again and is still an hour ahead. Mercedes dealer says it is a software problem that they cannot fix! Not so Smart car going cheap!
 
Aug 24, 2022
226
547
South Killingholme, Lincolnshire.
Funster No
90,861
MH
Autocruise Gleneagle
Exp
I'm a newbie had a wobbly box when adam was a lad
Try a feckin :banghead: Range Rover you need a degree in computer science just to set the climate control LR engineers have never heard of the kiss principle Keep It Simple Stupid :smiley:
 

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