My 2017 Hyundai Tucson clock is out

Asked by Aug 23, 2019 at 03:30 PM about the 2017 Hyundai Tucson 1.6T Ultimate AWD

Question type: General

2 days ago I turned off my 2017 Hyundai
Tucson and when I turned it back on the
clock display was just dashes and wasn’t
showing the time and there’s no way it will let
me reset it I don’t know what to do. I’m in the
Chicago suburbs in the Midwest.

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I would like to know that as well mine has done the same thing, I also have 2017 SE+. I am in the SE.

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My dealer says that Hyundai reported a problem with the satellite that provides the gps date/time. Still waiting to see if that’s the case.


Same issue in 2016 Tucson with tech package. I notice when the analog shows that the time is set to 12 (both hands up) so I figured that it was sync issue. Please update when you hear more.

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My situation was resolved. Suddenly noticed that date and time were displayed correctly. Apparently it was a satellite issue that got resolved. Someone posted that they had temporarily removed the entertainment fuse. Perhaps removing then reinserting the fuse causes a reset that then establishes a new satellite connection.

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Hi I pulled the radio fuse out with key on and put fuse back in and it reset the clock the fuse box is on left side of dash check owners manual for fuse location

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