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How do I adjust the clock on my x reg bmw 318? Please Help.....

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Hi friend,
start the car.press turn signal button to change miles/temp to time.press it couple of times.now turn the knob[ right hand of one next to tach on instrument clusters]towards passenger window

if clock display is ----Turn the ignition key to the second position. You have two buttons on the instrument panel. Push the button on the left until it displays "TEST".Push the button on the right until it displays "2" Turn the key off, then on. You should have some time indicated on the display. Gently twist the button on the right clockwise or counter-clockwise to adjust the time. When the correct time is displayed push in that same button to set it. Turn the key on/off to check the time stays correct.
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