Buick LaCrosse: Setting the Time and Date 
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To set the time:

1. Press the CONFIG button to enter the menu options. Turn the Menuknob to scroll through the available setup features. Press the SELECT knob or press the Time screen button to display other options within that feature.

2. Press + or − to decrease or increase the Hours and Minutes displayed on the clock.

12/24 HR Format: Press the 12 HR screen button for standard time; press the 24 HR screen button for military time.

Day + or Day −: Press the Day + or Day − display buttons to increase or decrease the day.

Display: Press Display to turn the display of the time on the screen on or off.

    Setting the Auto Time Adjust
    ]1. Press the CONFIG button and select Time and Date Settings, or press . 2. Highlight Auto Time Adjust. 3. Press SELECT to turn Auto Time Adjust on or off. 4. Press SELECT button to select ...

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