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Just bought my 06wing and didn't get an owners manual. Would you be so kind to tell me how to manually adjust the clock?:waving:
 

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I have a 08 but it should be the same. Acording to the manual do the following:

1. Turn the Ignition switch to ON or ACC

2. Push the setup button once. "Clock Adjust" will display.

3. To set the hour, press and release the"INFO" button until the desired hour appears.

Quick Setting - push and hold the info button until the desired hour appears.

4. To set the minute use the "TRIP" button

5. Once the time is selected, push the setup button to enter the time.

When apox. 5 seconds pass without operating a button on the CLOCK ADJUST display, the display automatically returns to the previous display.

Be sure to push the setup button to enter your adjusted time in the system.
 

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Oops, Those instructions are for a bike WITHOUT the NAV, sorry. I'll look up the instructions for a BIke with the NAV, I have to dig up the Nav system manual.
 

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Thanks 3rdwing for your time, you got me going there! I was just about to ask you where the setup button is?
 

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Okay, here we go again...

For Bikes WITHa Nav system:

1. Open the Main Menu (right fairing control panel)

2.Highlight "Setup/Info" and press "ENT"

3. Highlight "Setup/System"and press "ENT".

The Setup/System 1 Screen will appear.

4. Highlight "Time Zone" and press "ENT".

The Default Time Zone is Eastern. The GPS will automatically set the time based on the time zone you select. So if you select the correct time zone the GPs should do the rest.

To set Time Manually...

5. Highlight "Other" and press"ENT".

6. Highlight the first field to be changed and press "ENT".

7. To make a change, use the left or right arrow button. Then press "ENT".

The Highlight moves to the next field. Repeat the process until you are finished.

8. When finished, press"BACK" or Highlight "Done" and press"ENT".

The Time Zone screen returns.
 

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You are the man, 3rd Wing! Thanks so much! Sounds like the nav is really giving you fits. Hows the external navi working for you?
 

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My Street Pilot 2720 works great. Can plug it into a computer, weather proof, touch screen, etc. I almost gave it away when I bought my 08 with NAV. Now I'm glad I waited.
 

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Great info guys. I just keep finding good stuff here to bookmark for the future :action:

One day, I will have me a "new to me" bike to ride, and I think it is going to be an 1800.

We'll see... :D
 

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Oh yes sir, the 1800 is nice. Its like sitting in a the rocking chair when you are on the wing.
 

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3rdwing wrote:
My Street Pilot 2720 works great. Can plug it into a computer, weather proof, touch screen, etc. I almost gave it away when I bought my 08 with NAV. Now I'm glad I waited.
Your wing is totally decked out! I have a few of the items you have but not totally! Do you like the Kuryakyn stuff or do you have a preference!
 
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