: ī05 STS - clock adjust alone ???



steelfarmer
05-03-11, 02:51 PM
Hello,
Iīve the next problem with my STS - I hope its a Cadillac and not a Jaguar (with Lucas the prince of darkness) :)

Now, the clock in the Navi-screen goes correct but
at one time or another the clock adjust alone...
The minutes are correct, also the hour are 3 or 4 hours later.
I donīt know why ?
And what is the different "GPS" time, "PST", "MST", "CST" and "EST" ????
I live in Germany and here is "GMT" (Greenwich Mean Time),

I think that the system adjust the clock with the false time over GPS or what ever !

Thanks
Steelfarmer

ddgm
05-03-11, 04:21 PM
Pacific Standard Time, Mountain Standard Time, Central Standard Time and Eastern Standard Time, all time zones in the western hemishere (North & South America). I believe
that Eastern Standard Time is 5 hours later than "GMT". Each time zone is 1 hour difference. I always heard that Lucas was the "Father" of Darkness ;-)
As to way your clock changes, I don't know why either.

Doug

rzambrano
05-03-11, 07:02 PM
Hello,
Iīve the next problem with my STS - I hope its a Cadillac and not a Jaguar (with Lucas the prince of darkness) :)

Now, the clock in the Navi-screen goes correct but
at one time or another the clock adjust alone...
The minutes are correct, also the hour are 3 or 4 hours later.
I donīt know why ?
And what is the different "GPS" time, "PST", "MST", "CST" and "EST" ????
I live in Germany and here is "GMT" (Greenwich Mean Time),

I think that the system adjust the clock with the false time over GPS or what ever !

Thanks
Steelfarmer

Sounds like you have an American car. Just set it manually, and forget it. Problem solved.

EChas3
05-03-11, 09:21 PM
Don't use GPS time. The satellites are old and not accurate. I wonder if your car is switching between satellites and messing with you.

steelfarmer
05-05-11, 11:43 AM
Sounds like you have an American car. Just set it manually, and forget it. Problem solved.

Now, If I set it manually... the problem is not solved,
because at one or two day the time adjust alone.
Example: I set to 14:25 and next day at the same time its 18:25 !?!
Thats the problem...
I donīt know why ?
I must set my clock everyday because the hours are not correct - the minutes are OK

Steelfarmer

EChas3
05-05-11, 08:09 PM
Save your settings to Driver 1 when it reads OK. Driver 2, also.

For some reason, the two store time separatlly.