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    Set the clock

    Hi following on from my first post, I'm sure it's all linked, before I purchased my 2006 BMW 330cd m sport the previous owner fitted a brand new battery, for some reason the time on the display is not set. I've tried to fiddle with all the buttons and dials but cannot seem to set the time. It's not responding to anything I try. Any ideas??

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    Found this online :-

    Push "Start" button without your foot on brake pedal until all lights around gauges light up. Twist up on the thumb wheel on the turn signal lever until "clock" shows, then push in on the "BC" button on the turn signal lever until it highlights "Hours", then push up on the thumb wheel until the correct hour shows, then push in on the "BC" button on the turn signal lever and it's set. Repeat the same steps to change "minutes".

    Might be worthwhile downloading a pdf of the user manual?

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