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Old 06-15-16, 03:55 AM   #1
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Everyday when I start my car the time is 3-5 minutes behind. I reset it each time and I'm still having the same problem. I have a 2013 and it's the original battery if that might have anything to do with. I just tested the voltage and that's good. Thoughts?
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Old 06-15-16, 04:01 AM   #2
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My clock loses a minute or two over the course of a few weeks but never overnight. That's excessive. Have you ever left it and see if it falls back 3-5 hours every night?
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My clock loses a minute or two over the course of a few weeks but never overnight. That's excessive. Have you ever left it and see if it falls back 3-5 hours every night?

No, I have not.
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Old 06-19-16, 02:47 AM   #4
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I had the same issue and had the dealer swap out the clock during my 20K service. Theyou also swapped my steering wheel because the leather was riding over the F-Sport logo at the bottom of the wheel.
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The clock should keep perfect time and never get off even one minute between Daylight Savings Time dates. The dealer should replace the clock for you.
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My clock loses a minute or two over the course of a few weeks but never overnight. That's excessive. Have you ever left it and see if it falls back 3-5 hours every night?
So does mine. Loses about 1 minute per 2-3 weeks. I consider that acceptable and have never complained about it to the dealer. My car is a 2013 and still on the original battery after 4 years.
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Thanks guys, dropping it off at the dealer on Monday.
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