Here’s a quick tutorial on changing the time/clock on a 2016/2017 model year Jeep Renegade. First, you will have to figure out which screen version you have. Look at the pictures below and compare to the one in your vehicle.
2016/2017 Jeep Renegade
There are three different screen models in the Renegade. The 3.0 (RA1), 5.0 (RA2) and the 6.5 (RA4).
How to change the clock on the 3.0 (RA1)
- Press the MENU button (middle bottom of the radio)
- Push ENTER/BROWSE (bottom right)
- Select TIME and FORMAT
- Use the ENTER/BROWSE button to select SET TIME
- Hours and minutes can be adjusted by turning TUNE/SCROLL knob
- Push the ENTER/BROWSE button to move to the next section
- When you’re happy with time set, press BACK to exit
How to change the clock on the 5.0 (RA2)
- On the right-hand side of the radio, push the MORE button
- Press the SETTINGS option on the touchscreen
- Select CLOCK and DATE
- Press SET TIME
- Touch UP or DOWN arrows to set the hours and minutes
- Select 12hr or 24hr format
- On the touchscreen, select DONE to exit
How to change clock on 6.5 (RA4)
If the clock is not displayed, on the touchscreen press SETTINGS then CLOCK, followed by ON.
On the 6.5 (RA4) system, the clock is automatically updated using information from the GPS. If for some reason, you need to set it manually here’s how:
- On the touchscreen, select the clock display
- A message will appear asking if you’d like to set the time
- Press YES
- Select “+” or “-” to adjust the hours and minutes
Fun fact, Daylight Savings is not always on the same date, but it always on a Sunday.
For Wyoming, in 2018 Daylight Savings Time will change on Sunday, March 11th. At 2 am the clocks will go forward. On Sunday, November 4th, at 2 am the clocks will go back.
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Lauren has been working in the automotive industry both in the U.K and in the U.S. for over 10 years. She has driven hundreds of vehicles, not only new cars but beaters without heaters, fast cars on fire, slow cars in snow, off-road trucks in the mucks, and old pickups with pups. She’s driven heaps of Jeeps, miles in muscle and once took her gran in a car from Japan.