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I have a 2010TSX with AcuraLink...How do I manually change the time? No matter how I follow the instructions, the time will not change. Is my AcuraLink too old to be supported? The time would usually change automatically. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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When did you first notice the time issue? Is it 1 hour ahead of the correct time? Mine moved 1 hour exactly ahead with the new year on Jan 1. Mine is a 2009 with the Tech Package. I have not been able to correct it.
 

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Same here, 2006 w/Navi and it doesn't matter what settings you use on the clock adjustment screen. Very annoying.
 

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This looks to be a Honda problem worldwide. Many owners of older Hondas are having the same issue. No immediate fix is available.
 

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OMG...I thought I was going crazy too!!! I have a 2010 Acura TSX My clock did the same thing and It won't change back. I have tried changing it a dozen times.
 

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Just to update y'all - I got this from a news article, the clocks will correct themselves in August.

Owners have also reached out and received different responses. American Honda provided the CR-V Owners Club forum this response:
We have escalated the NAVI Clock Issue to our Engineering Team and they have informed us that you will experience issue from Jan 2022 thru August 2022 and then it will auto-correct. Please be assured that we will continue to monitor this and will advise you if a fix is available before that time.
- source
 

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Worth a shot I guess, but I'm guessing it wont. Still involves one tool, but easiest way I do it is just unhook the ground at the chassis. Then you don't even have to mess with the battery. Its not like you have to do this all the time, only when the battery dies or when you need to unplug it for something.
 
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