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RPOD71

Whose clock hasn't changed yet?

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2018 Sierra.  Drove about 2 hours yesterday.  An hour this morning.  Still an hour behind.  (Yes it's on auto).

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12 minutes ago, RPOD71 said:

2018 Sierra.  Drove about 2 hours yesterday.  An hour this morning.  Still an hour behind.  (Yes it's on auto).

Interesting. Mine did not change either. The date updated correctly (for leap year). I checked it was still on Auto. Just reset it myself.

 

I do not have an On Star script.??

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Settings, time/date, push hour arrow once, done.  Quicker than starting a thread....  I appreciate that it should/could do it automatically but not worth a second thought, imo.  I was more upset that my new coffee maker didn't get with the programme!!  I hate time change time in my kitchen.  Getting everything on the same time is time consuming!

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Yep my was in Auto to and it did not change so I ended up doing maually along with resetting my coffee maker also ....

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I noticed this back when I got the truck. I don't think GM has it updated with current Daylight savings time changes, probably still going off the old calendar.

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Mine changed🙃 Was even setting in garage

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29 minutes ago, Slizzo said:

I noticed this back when I got the truck. I don't think GM has it updated with current Daylight savings time changes, probably still going off the old calendar.

Probably true.  It changed in 2007, so it's only been 13 years.  Give it some time!

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35 minutes ago, Booger T said:

Mine changed🙃 Was even setting in garage

Mine did too.

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Auto Set requires an active OnStar service plan. If auto timing is set, the time displayed on the clock may not update immediately when driving into a new time zone. 

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I pushed a button this morning it took less than a second. My 92 is a little longer I have to remember what button to push.


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The auto does require onstar service or a phone connected via bluetooth to update the time. Luckily I always have my phone with me and it is always paired to the truck so my time is always accurate.

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My time didn't update automatically.

I am going to lemon law this truck...😀

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It’ll fix itself in the fall.

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I think that eliminating the spring & fall time change makes the most sense.  The stress of figuring out how to set our clocks exceeds any potential advantage of semi-annual time changes.

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