But I want the clock in my car to be correct.
Right now, it’s an hour slow.
Stifle yourself. Quit chuckling. Stop shaking your head as if to say “you poor pathetic man.”
I don’t know how to change the clock in my car. There I said it.
I have pushed every button and combination of buttons I can think of. I think the number of combinations is equivalent to the number of Changs in China.
Look for the a little hole, you’re saying. I’ve poked so many holes… well you come up with an analogy and put it in the comments if you feel inspired.
Look in the manual, you’re saying now. HA! Do you know where the manual is to your car? I’m not talking about the maintenance manual, I’m talking about the operator’s manual.
You do? Well aren’t you anal!
My wife borrowed the car and her friend called and wanted to know if it was OK if she changed the clock to the correct time. “Sure.” After 10 minutes, she gave up.
Just in case, I have a Dodge Magnum. If anybody can figure out how to reset the clock, let me know.
Otherwise, I’ll wait until next Spring and take it to the dealer. I’m not proud, I’m an old fart that is supposed to be technologically challenged.
UPDATE: I found the manual and read it. The clock is controlled by the GPS menu. Pssssshhhyeah.