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Press and hold down both the select and adjust buttons with the ignition on until the minutes start to flash.
Then press the adjust button the change the minutes. Press select to change to hours then press adjust again to change the hours.

I think that's right............... :confused:
 

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How do you change the time on the clock?
1. Find owner's manual

2. Find section labeled "Clock" within first few pages of owner's manual

3. Follow directions

4. Bring to dealer if unsuccessful with steps 1-3.

J/K. I couldn't resist.
 

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Push the left button slightly ahead of the right button. Eventually ...
That's the key ingredient, I fought setting the clock for 30 minutes the first time I tried to reset it. Dumbas luck I pushed the left button first and it worked. Then I wondered how the hell would you know to do that? I went back and reread the manual and it made no mention of it. :weapons_90:
 

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clock

thanks guys!!! i'm now on daylight savings time....whew!!

aloha....doug, norcal
 

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Good thread!

Couldn't get my '09 Wee to go into the time set mode.
This helps!

Thanks!
 

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So, does it matter if the engine is running or not? When I first tried to change the time the engine was off but ignition was on, couldn't get it work to save my life so I figured I'd try next time I went for a ride, maybe the engine needs to be running. Tried again with it running and worked with out a problem, got the right time now, or did I just get lucky and hit the left button that time?
 

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Left button slightly before right is the usual key the manual does not mention. The other way around does not work and real simultaneous pushing isn't likely. The engine does not have to be running but, if it isn't, the headlights are on and the battery is draining throughout the process so I'll do it with the engine running.
 

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Was the kill switch off? The engine doesn't have to be running, but the ignition switch and kill switch both have to be on.
 

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Was the kill switch off? The engine doesn't have to be running, but the ignition switch and kill switch both have to be on.
Ah.... I bet that was my problem. Every 6 months I go through this. Tried it a couple days ago with the key on and held the buttons for a very, very long time. Didn't check the kill switch.
 

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All the wisecracks here and no one has suggested it just takes connecting the battery at midnight? :D

[[Oh common, like you're really not up that late. I've seen your posts.]]
 

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funny...

All the wisecracks here and no one has suggested it just takes connecting the battery at midnight? :D

[[Oh common, like you're really not up that late. I've seen your posts.]]
Oh thats cold dude...though I think the clock is way too small it would be nice knowing the proper method to set this thing... but I like the battery disconnect thing that was good. I usually depend on my cell phone or GPS for time the clock on the strom is way too small to be much use anyway. JMO
 
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