Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Clock

NOTE

Your SUBARU dealer can change the settings of activating/deactivating the automatic adjustment of the clock by the GPS (Global Positioning System) (for models with the genuine SUBARU navigation system). Contact your SUBARU dealer for details.

The clock shows the time while the ignition switch is in the “Acc” or “ON” position.


The clock shows the time while the ignition switch is in the “Acc” or “ON” position.

To adjust the time shown by the clock, press the “+” button or the “−” button. If you press the “+” button, the indicated time will change in one-minute increments. If you press the “−” button, the indicated time will change in one-minute decrements. If you keep the button pressed, the rate at which the indicated time changes will speed up.

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