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#1 Old 11-06-2011, 08:21 PM
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Time Change on your clock?

My 11 SL with NAV clock did not change today. I checked the settings and the Daylight savings setting was on and I was in the right time zone. I had to hit the -1hr to get the time correct. Is this a software glitch that can be fixed or do I have something not set correctly in my system?

Anyone else have this problem?
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My 11 SL with NAV clock did not change today. I checked the settings and the Daylight savings setting was on and I was in the right time zone. I had to hit the -1hr to get the time correct. Is this a software glitch that can be fixed or do I have something not set correctly in my system?

Anyone else have this problem?
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Remember 48 states, not all, observe daylight savings time. Hawaii and most of Arizona do not. Undoubtedly partly because of this, The 2011/2012 Murano is not supposed to change the clock in regard to Daylight Savings Time without owner intervention. You need to go to settings - clock and toggle ON or Off Daylight Savings time. This is the way it is designed. Another words when Daylight Savings Time ends you manually toggle your setting to OFF. Daylight Savings Time starts you manually toggle to ON.

From the 2011 Nissan Navigation System Owner's Manual:

[Daylight Savings Time]:
Select to toggle the daylight savings time
setting between on and off. The indicator
light illuminates when the daylight savings
time setting is set to on.



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I always thought when daylight savings time is toggled to on, the clock automatically changes at the appropriate time in fall and then changes back in spring . When off, it does not change automatically. At least that is how it works on other systems I have seen that have the feature. So if you have the daylight saving toggled "on" and is not doing it, it could be that the program is still based on the old daylight savings schedule we had several years ago.

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I always thought when daylight savings time is toggled to on, the clock automatically changes at the appropriate time in fall and then changes back in spring . When off, it does not change automatically. At least that is how it works on other systems I have seen that have the feature. So if you have the daylight saving toggled "on" and is not doing it, it could be that the program is still based on the old daylight savings schedule we had several years ago.
Well, I read the manual and looked over the actual set-up on the 2011 Murano. Appears to be just a toggle On / OFf of Daylight Savings time with no automation as you see in some other devices/systems.

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Strictly a manual operation. Up to you to toggle on/off, no automation involved. Our current Lexus (and previous ones) were the same way.

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So let me understand:

When Daylight savings time arrives:
Go your car
Toggle on "daylight Savings"
Clock goes back one hour

When Daylight savings time ends:
Go to your car
Toggle off "daylight Savings"
Clock goes forward one hour

This does not make sense to me. Might as well adjust the clock manually!

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So let me understand:

When Daylight savings time arrives:
Go your car
Toggle on "daylight Savings"
Clock goes back one hour

When Daylight savings time ends:
Go to your car
Toggle off "daylight Savings"
Clock goes forward one hour

This does not make sense to me. Might as well adjust the clock manually!
No question, yes, it is what it is...
Personally, I have no problem with having to make a single selection on a Nav screen to turn Daylight Savings on/off.
I can understand why Nissan opted to do it that way. It probably is the simplest solution that would fit most scenarios..

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Spring forward - click ON
Fall back - click OFF

Took me a year to figure it out! ;-)

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Personally I would ignore such operation,Its a piece of crap since the clock itself is not accurate. So what I do is change the clock to the right time.

I don't understand why Nissan put this crap there. Either you update the clock my means of satellite or don't put such a crappy option on an expensive car.

Same thing when the weather is under 3 celsius, it displays ICY, I put the option off, and it still displays. Nissan should have given a menu, with all the option, and check what you want to to be displayed, but make it work
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Reminder: You need to go to settings on your Nav unit - clock and toggle ON or Off Daylight Savings time.

Remember 48 states, not all, observe daylight savings time. Hawaii and most of Arizona do not. Undoubtedly partly because of this, The 2011/2012 Murano is not supposed to change the Nav unit clock in regard to Daylight Savings Time without owner intervention.You need to go to settings - clock and toggle ON or Off Daylight Savings time. This is the way it is designed. Another words when Daylight Savings Time ends you manually toggle your setting to OFF. Daylight Savings Time starts you manually toggle to ON.

From the 2011 Nissan Navigation System Owner's Manual:

[Daylight Savings Time]:
Select to toggle the daylight savings time
setting between on and off. The indicator
light illuminates when the daylight savings
time setting is set to on.

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That doesn't even make a bit of sense.

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That doesn't even make a bit of sense.
Does to me ........ By the way, what I posted refers to Muranos, Jukes, etc. with Nav. For non Nav vehicles you just reset the clock forward or backward an hour.

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I just did ours and as soon as I set it to ON, it jumped ahead an hour so it is a manual operation thing. Why bother with a setting if it doesn't do it on its' own. Just set the clock ahead or back yourself. Kinda dumb to me.

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I just did ours and as soon as I set it to ON, it jumped ahead an hour so it is a manual operation thing. Why bother with a setting if it doesn't do it on its' own. Just set the clock ahead or back yourself. Kinda dumb to me.
I did mine early also.. Yes, as soon as you toggle on, it jumps ahead one hour. Yeah, they really could have just omitted the toggle but really, it does make it a tiny bit more convenient.

As for doing it on it's own, again, as I mentioned early on in this thread, remember 48 states, not all, observe daylight savings time. Hawaii and most of Arizona do not. Undoubtedly partly because of this, The 2011/2012 Murano is not supposed to change the clock in regard to Daylight Savings Time without owner intervention.

To the best of my knowledge Nissan has the Daylight Savings time toggle like on our Murano, on all the newer models with Nav.

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