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Not sure if anyone else has noticed this but the time falls off on the main display after you park and shut the car off and say just listen to the radio for awhile. It seems to kind of stay at the time you last had the car "on" - it's behind quite a bit. Otherwise while the car is running it is fine.
 

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Mine does the same thing... but instantly catches up with the correct current time as soon as I turn the ignition on.
 

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My clock usually takes more then a few minutes to sync up.
BTW so does the on star, might be related??

Not sure if anyone else has noticed this but the time falls off on the main display after you park and shut the car off and say just listen to the radio for awhile. It seems to kind of stay at the time you last had the car "on" - it's behind quite a bit. Otherwise while the car is running it is fine.
 

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Well maybe they'll fix with an over the air update - if they ever do those...doesn't seem like it.
 

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Sometimes problems gets fixed via an update the dealerships install, and sometimes they don't if the car company doesn't deem it as a problem.
 

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My car's clock actually resets to 12pm on some day in 2017 when I let the car sit overnight. You would think the clock would be connected to some 12V standby circuit so it can keep its time when the car is off. Furthermore my car's cellular/broadband service is broken so the clock is never right.
 
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