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Please note, as of writing, there is NO fix for the clock issue.

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A bit of info for reason and how to reset.

On or after the 17th August 2022, when the system’s internal calendar recalibrates, the GPS time signal becomes valid again. The clock will show the correct GPS time but most likely be off by 1 hour because the system’s internal calendar interprets the daylight-saving time (DST) change incorrectly.
Now, the customer can adjust the time correctly, and it wont be affected every time the vehicle’s power is cycled off and on. The correct time will stay on through the next DST change based on the system internal calendar.
What can we do to avoid the time changes to incorrect value again after 17th August 2022.
The automatic DST function will not work correctly causing the incorrect time at the perceived DST date. We recommend that after 17th August 2022 the customer sets the “Auto Daylight Saving “ function to “OFF” and adjust the DST manually.
 

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A bit of info for reason and how to reset.

On or after the 17th August 2022, when the system’s internal calendar recalibrates, the GPS time signal becomes valid again. The clock will show the correct GPS time but most likely be off by 1 hour because the system’s internal calendar interprets the daylight-saving time (DST) change incorrectly.
Now, the customer can adjust the time correctly, and it wont be affected every time the vehicle’s power is cycled off and on. The correct time will stay on through the next DST change based on the system internal calendar.
What can we do to avoid the time changes to incorrect value again after 17th August 2022.
The automatic DST function will not work correctly causing the incorrect time at the perceived DST date. We recommend that after 17th August 2022 the customer sets the “Auto Daylight Saving “ function to “OFF” and adjust the DST manually.
Mine has come up with a "real" time but it is 11 hours fast + a few minutes, I.e. it's on a 24hr clock and on GMT not BST and still not accurate. Any ideas how to fix please?
 

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A bit of info for reason and how to reset.

On or after the 17th August 2022, when the system’s internal calendar recalibrates, the GPS time signal becomes valid again. The clock will show the correct GPS time but most likely be off by 1 hour because the system’s internal calendar interprets the daylight-saving time (DST) change incorrectly.
Now, the customer can adjust the time correctly, and it wont be affected every time the vehicle’s power is cycled off and on. The correct time will stay on through the next DST change based on the system internal calendar.
What can we do to avoid the time changes to incorrect value again after 17th August 2022.
The automatic DST function will not work correctly causing the incorrect time at the perceived DST date. We recommend that after 17th August 2022 the customer sets the “Auto Daylight Saving “ function to “OFF” and adjust the DST manually.
I think this is the bulletin you got that info from:


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Just want to post an update here. I called Honda North America and was told that while the date issue is still present (as stated in the service bulletin), a fix for the calendar date issue is being investigated. So, hope is not lost! :)

Also, I'm curious about why the CR-V was not included in that service bulletin, unless the list of covered models has since been expanded...
 
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