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Daylight Savings Time - How to change the clock.

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by rogbmw, Mar 10, 2013.

  1. rogbmw

    rogbmw Member

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    With the switch to daylight savings time - how do we set the clock ahead? I could not find it in the control settings.
     
  2. jerry33

    jerry33 S85 - VIN:P05130 - 3/2/13

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    It should change automatically. If it doesn't perhaps a display reboot will cause it to update.
     
  3. Al Sherman

    Al Sherman It's about THIS car.

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    Sparrow S105/ Roadster 189

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    I drove for about 30 minutes today before the car updated the time automatically.
     
  5. Hobiemon

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    Reboot of the main screen worked right away for me.
     
  6. Francis Lau

    Francis Lau P-1456

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    I posted in the other thread that my MS's clock sprang ahead early yesterday and today it matched up since the rest of the region caught up :) I did not see the issue where it fell back as others have reported. There is no way for us to set the clock, I think it works like our iPhones and iPads where it updates on its own.
     
  7. swaltner

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    Nit-picking, but it's formally Daylight Saving Time. No "s"...
     
  8. ggr

    ggr Roadster R80 537, SigS P85 29

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    It may not even be Tesla's problem! From the Risks Digest:
     
  9. strider

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    Thanks for that. I just assumed it had switched based on GMT. ie the clock is running on GMT internal and then displaying an offset for the cabin, when the internal clock (set to GMT) hit 2:00am (or whenever the jump happens) then it switch the offset so the display time changed.
     
  10. X-RAY

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    #10 X-RAY, Sep 30, 2013
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    My european S still has the clock on PST after one week of ownership.
    Anyone know how to fix that? Any other europeans have this?

    Update: fixed by tesla by remote logon. ( took a physical visit to the tilburg center though to get their attention, but assume that's because they have been crazy busy lately, so i don't blame them.)
     

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