Subaru Forester: Clock / Setting the clock automatically

  1. Turn the ignition switch to “ON”.

    Subaru Forester. Setting the clock automatically

  2. Press the Subaru Forester. Setting the clock automatically button.
  3. Select “Settings”.
  4. Select “Vehicle”.
  5. Select “Time/Date” and then select “Auto”. 6. Press the Subaru Forester. Setting the clock automatically button again to completethe setting.

Models with navigation system

The clock will be set automatically where a GPS signal is available.

Models without navigation system

The clock will be set and adjusted automatically when a smartphone is connected via Bluetooth® for transferring phonebook data.

  1. Register the smartphone to the audio system. For details, refer to “Bluetooth SETTINGS” in the supplemental Owner’s Manual for the audio/navigation system.
  2. Transfer phonebook data to the system. For details, refer to “Bluetooth SETTINGS” in the supplemental Owner’s Manual for the audio/navigation system. The clock will be adjusted automatically.

NOTE

Depending on the model of smartphone, the settings of the connected smartphone may need to be changed. (ex: For iOS or other models, notification settings may need to be activated.) For details, check the instructions on connecting smartphones.

    Type B multi-function display (color LCD)

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    Clock/date screen

    Subaru Forester. Clock/date screen

    The time and date are displayed. You can adjust the time and date. For details, refer to “Clock”.

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