Daylight Savings is coming! It may be difficult getting use to the time change, but adjusting the time in your Honda has never been easier.

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2016-2021 Honda Models

Non-touch screen models:Press and hold the “MENU/CLOCK” button.Rotate the selector knob to choose the hour. Press the knob in to toggle to the minutes setting.Select the minutes. Select “Set” when you’re done.Touch screen models

Note: Some touch screen models set the clock automatically. Lucky you!

From the “Home” screen, go to “Settings” → “Clock” → “Clock Adjustment“.Adjust the hour and minute values. Select “OK” when you’re done.

2012-2015 Honda Models

Turn the ignition to “ON“.Press the clock stem button, located on the instrument panel to the upper-left above the steering wheel.Turn the stem to toggle the hours. Press the stem to toggle to setting minutes.Turn the stem to set the minutes. Press the stem when you’re done, and the clock is set.

2006-2011 Honda Models

Turn the ignition to “ON“.Press and hold the “Clock” button until the time starts to blink.Use the “Preset 1” button to change the hour.Use the “Preset 2” button to change the minutes.

1998-2005 Honda Models

Turn the ignition to “ON“.Press and hold ONE the following buttons until you hear a beep depending on your stereo:“ClockorSCAN/RPT” and “AUX” together orSound“The clock should be flashing. Change the hours by pressing “Preset 4“.Change the minutes by pressing “Preset 5“.On some models, you may have to use “Preset 5” and “Preset 6” to make the time go up or down.

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Press and hold the same button you used to begin the time change (“Clock“, “SCAN/RPT and “AUX“, or “Sound”) to set the set time.

As always, make sure you are parked before you change any settings in your Honda. Safety first!

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