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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
HowdEE folks!

Driving in from the SFO airport today and I noticed the time was wrong (Daylight Savings/"spring FORWARD"/add an hour) on the OEM XM radio and I couldn't for the life of me remember how to change the clock...! I'm a guy so I just had to figure it out while waiting at stoplights...

Step 1: Press and hold the "AM/FM" button til you hear the beep (5-secs);
Step 2: Press the "1" (memory) button to add an hour to the current time;
Step 3: Press the "2" (memory) button to add a minute to the current time;

Hope the Mods bring it back Nov 7th to "fall back" and get that hour back...!

Springs a'coming on Saturday so enjoy it while we can...!!!

LBD
 

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Thanks for sharing that info. However, you do realize this is in page 189 of your 2009 owner's manual, right? ;-)
 

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Thanks for sharing that info. However, you do realize this is in page 189 of your 2009 owner's manual, right? ;-)
Yessir... Just thought I'd save everyone a few steps... I didn't have my manual with me so I figured it out and with 3-steps, I thought I would just be "helpful"... I've already ran into a couple of E-ople that don't have their manuals so it dawned on me to make a quick and timely (ha!) post...!

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Yessir... Just thought I'd save everyone a few steps... I didn't have my manual with me so I figured it out and with 3-steps, I thought I would just be "helpful"... I've already ran into a couple of E-ople that don't have their manuals so it dawned on me to make a quick and timely (ha!) post...!

LBD
It's a great and helpful post. I wasn't bashing you.

... ok, I lie. I was bashing you, but not because of the post, because it's so much fun and easy to do! :grin:
 

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Thanks, Lunchbox. I knew it was in the manual, but was procratinating gettting it out. Now I don't have to.
 

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Thanks, Lunchbox. I knew it was in the manual, but was procrastinating getting it out. Now I don't have to.
Thanks...! I figured it was a simple enough thing to do so I posted it even though I fear the "Wrath of the Mods"... LOL!!! Glad you found it helpful...! I know a lot of folks have viewed it so I'm guessing that its been done more than a few times already...

LBD (OH YEAH...! 400TH POST!!!)
 

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It's a great and helpful post. I wasn't bashing you.

... ok, I lie. I was bashing you, but not because of the post, because it's so much fun and easy to do! :grin:
Good thing I wear a helmet, no...? :060: LMELBO!!! :shock:

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The '09's must have a different radio than my '08 with the XM. All the buttons on the radio for clock setting are labeled. The darn daylight savings time just dumped on us again and I had to reset the time while I was stuck at a traffic light - saw 14 gazillion buttons to play with, and then I saw the time setting instructions right there. Phew!

High priced sound system, amplifier, multi speakers, satellite reception, CD player... and all I use it for is the clock.
 

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The one thing I miss from my New Beetle is being able to display time in 24 hour format (4pm is 1600). Has anyone been able to figure out is this is possible with the satellite 270 watt stock radio in a 2010 EX?
 
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