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Clock not changing back to GMT, 2015 civic SR

If anyone can help me with this I'd be really grateful. Since we reverted to GMT last weekend the clock on my dashboard imid display is still showing an hour ahead. The SATNAV is fine having changed to GMT, but there seems no way of syncing this to the imid "analogue" clock. I've already tried rebooting the Connect, so...... Any ideas anyone?


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Have you tried holding mode button on steeering wheel until it flashes then use ch and vol +- to change time?

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For some reason, they didn't add time syncronisation from the HU to the iMID - The Connect gets time automatically from GPS; But the iMID will need manual setting.

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I'm getting confused, I looked at the OP left panel and saw 2008 2.2 SE, moved the post to 8G, then moved it back when I saw 2015 in the post.

Is this something else they broke with the Honda Connect as my 9G switched to GMT, head unit and iMid, without issue.
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You need to change the daylight saving setting.

[Home] > Settings > Info > Clock > Daylight saving > OFF

It does not change the system time automatically for daylight saving.

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You need to change the daylight saving setting.

[Home] > Settings > Info > Clock > Daylight saving > OFF

It does not change the system time automatically for daylight saving.
Thanks Steve - you really are the expert!
I do remember a daylight saving option from last time the clocks altered, but could I navigate to it this time???
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I'm getting confused, I looked at the OP left panel and saw 2008 2.2 SE, moved the post to 8G, then moved it back when I saw 2015 in the post.

Is this something else they broke with the Honda Connect as my 9G switched to GMT, head unit and iMid, without issue.
Sorry about the confusion with the 2.2.....how do I change this please?

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We used to have a 2004 Corsa that had a clock that set itself automatically, via RDS I think. I really don't know why this isn't standard across the board in modern cars.
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We used to have a 2004 Corsa that had a clock that set itself automatically, via RDS I think. I really don't know why this isn't standard across the board in modern cars.

Especially given that it has been made so hard to do now with having to navigate several layers of menus!
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I was wondering why it didnt change when the clocks went back. Thanks for the info
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