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Beside the digital clock must be 2 switches, one is for hours and the other is for minute, if it is not when the time is 12:00 take out the clock fuse and enter it again the time will be automatic 12:00.
The clock fuse is under stearing wheel.
Hope to hepled you.
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hi , I hope this help you out. the digital clock of your porsche 944 late 85 is a chronometer also.
this digital clock has three buttons, lets call them A,B,C from left to Right.
to set the time press the B Button for 5 seconds. the digits should be flashing by that time.
It will show you the option of 12H or 24h Mode, press the A button to select what you want, after push the B button to select the Hours it should be blinking Press the A button to select your time. repeat step to set the minutes.when your done Push the C button.

By now your digital clock would be set. the chronometer is the C button. to switch between clock and chronometer push C button, if you select chronometer. the A button start and stop, the B button Reset. Good Luck

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