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Honda Fit: Clock Adjustment

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Set the automatic adjustment of the system clock for daylight saving and international time zones.

Select an item.


Select an item.

The following items are available: • Auto Daylight: The navigation system automatically adjusts the clock (“spring ahead” or “fall back” by one hour) when a daylight saving time change occurs.

On

(factory default): Adjusts the clock automatically.

Off

: Disables the feature.

• Auto Time Zone: The navigation system automatically adjusts the clock when driving through different time zones.

On

(factory default): Adjusts the clock automatically.

Off

: Disables the feature.

• Clock Format: Sets the time notation to either 12-hour clock (12H, factory default) or 24-hour clock (24H).

• Time Adjustment: Adjust the current time manually.

• Reset: Reset the clock settings to the factory default.

You can check the time and date from any screen using voice commands.

Auto Daylight

This function is not activated in areas that have not adopted daylight saving time, even if you have set Auto Daylight to On.

Auto Time Zone

If you live and work in two different time zones, you may want to turn Auto Time Zone to Off.

When driving near a time zone boundary, the displayed time zone may fluctuate between the two zone times.

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