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You could select the 12 Hour clock mode instead of 24 hour as it may be set at now.

Also it needs to be confirmed if the audio system fitted to your vehicle supports 12 hour clock. Please check the two documents below after turning to the section on Clock setting. The menus to set this could vary depending on which audio system you have.

http://www.landrover.com/imagery/market/us/en/pdfs/range-rover-quick-start-guide

http://www.landrover.com/imagery/market/us/en/pdfs/range-rover-sport-quick-start-guide

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Press and HOLD the Minutes or Hours button and clock will set...
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