how to set clock on clk 350 2007 coupe

Asked by Nov 24, 2010 at 06:41 PM about the 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 350 Coupe

Question type: General

how to set clock one hour back

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The key is to go through the menus on the steering wheel to set the time back. The 'missing link', is that in order to make the car accept the new time, you have to hit the mileage reset button on the left side of the instrument cluster. Frustrated me first time I had to change the time for a bit until I figured that magic non-intuitive step out.

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Thanks Sean for the info. My lady did not tell me there were controls on the steering wheel,duh. So with your help I can figure it out. But today is Thanksgiving Day and I'm going to chill. So here's wishing you a "HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY". Again Thank You.

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