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Re: Military Format (archive)

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Posted by Jim Bassett on October 06, 1999 at 18:05:43:

In Reply to: Military Format posted by D Conn on October 06, 1999 at 15:23:07:

: Is the clock on my 96 M3 strictly military format? Can it be changed? I can't figure it out. Don't worry, I'm not an idiot either.

Well, I figured I 'd take a break form work and go out and see if I could figure this out. Here's how I was able to change from 24-hour to 12-hour mode (1998 M3):
- Press & hold "clock" button until display reads "Input Time".
- Press "km/mls" button (or C/F button if you don't have a full OBC).
- Press "check" button.

You clock should now be in the opposite mode from which you started.

Jim Bassett
1998 M3/4

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