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How to set time, date, and year on AUDI B5

For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.

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can't find the button to set the time on the clock


How to change the clock on Audi A4 B5.
For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.

May 12, 2011 | Audi A6 Cars & Trucks

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i cant set the date and time on 2000 audi a4 how do i do it


How to change the clock on 2000 Audi A4. For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.
Please do rate my response. Thanks!

Jan 19, 2011 | 2000 Audi A4

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how to change the clock


How to change the clock on 2000 Audi A4 For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.
Please do rate my response. Thanks!

Dec 03, 2010 | 2000 Audi A4

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I need set up time date and year on audi 2001 S4


For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.
Please rate my response! Thanks!

Sep 12, 2009 | 2002 Audi A4

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How to set the time and date on an Audi A4 1.9 TDI


For time and date settings you must try the follows:
1. On the instrument cluster display you will find two small buttons at the bottom side. The left button is provided for time and date settings.
2. Pull the button once and you will see the "hour" number in pulse mode. Then turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "hour" number. When you finished the "hour" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "minute" number come in pulse mode.
3. Now turn the button finely on the right side step by step until you set up the "minute" number. When you finished the "minute" number setting you must pull once again the button until the "day" number come in pulse mode.
4. In the same mode you will set up also the "month" and the "year" numbers. After all settings you must waiting few seconds until display no more pulsing.
Please rate my response! Thanks!

Aug 27, 2009 | 2000 Audi A4

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