Chrysler Pacifica: How to Set The Clock

Setting the clock in your Chrysler Pacifica is required after every battery change, and for some models, if you travel to a different time zone. Using the image which suits your vehicle below, you will find the uncomplicated steps to follow to set the time on the clock.

**NOTE: If you are unable to set the Time on the first try, REPEAT the steps. If you are still unsuccessful, contact the dealership for assistance or consult your vehicle user’s manual. 

OPTION 1

To adjust the analog clock:

  • PRESS and HOLD the small button located to the LEFT of the clock until you have reached your desired time.

DONE!


OPTION 2

 

  1. Turn the key to the ON position. Do NOT start the ignition.
  2. Use a pen to press the small H button located to the right of the clock display to adjust the HOUR.
  3. Press the M button to adjust the MINUTES.

Once you have selected the proper time, YOU ARE ALL SET!


OPTION 3: For Models With A Navigation Screen

  1. Turn the key to the ON position. Do NOT start the ignition.
  2. Touch the CONTROLS or APPS button.
  3. Find and Touch SETTINGS.
  4. Touch CLOCK.
  5. Touch the + or icons to adjust the HOURS
  6. Touch the + or icons to adjust the MINUTES.
  7. Touch either the AM or PM icon to set day or night. 
  8. Touch the 12-24Hr to choose a 12h format or for military time 24h format. 
  9. Touch AUTO SET to allow your GPS to automatically change the time.
  10. Touch the X in the top corner to finalize the time you have entered.

The correct time should now appear on your Home Screen. If so, you are all SET!

TIP: For vehicles with digital navigation screens: Turning on the GPS TIME will allow the system to automatically adjust your time dependent on your present location. This feature will change your clock when you cross into a different time zone.

1 thought on “Chrysler Pacifica: How to Set The Clock”

  1. I can’t find anything on my screen on my 2021 Pacifica Tour S. In fact, had this vehicle since 11/21 and still can’t figure out a da$& thing. I’ve never had a vehicle make me feel like a magoo. I think I’m going to look for a book for dummies 🙄🤦‍♀️

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