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My clock is always 4-5 min fast. Whenever I set the correct time, it holds for a few weeks but goes back to being fast again.

It's been like this for a while, maybe even since the car was new lol. Never really bugged me until now. Wondering if any other folks have this issue.
 

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Had the same exact issue in my 2013 EX... Clock slowly creeping ahead or correct time. I would typically just let it be and correct it when adjusting for DST. It would usually run ahead by 7 minutes or in half a year.

Now that I put in an aftermarket head unit, this is no longer an issue...
 

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Mine has always been five minutes fast. After resetting multiple times over the course of two years and having it continually jump ahead five minutes, I gave up and simply set it behind five minutes. Problem solved for a few years now.:)
 

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Same here on my 2012 EX-L. I think its done this as long as I can remember. Too small to worry about for me.
 

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A broken clock.....


is correct time twice a day! LOL

Actually, that's a clock that doesn't work anymore, non digital.
 

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Mine is the same, 4-7 minutes drift in ~6 months. It's called clock drift and it's a software/hardware issue. Like another poster said, I reset 2x/year for daylight savings/regular time. If you live in AZ or another smart state that doesn't do DST, then it's more of a pain.
 

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I really never worried about my vehicles electronic clock drifting much over months.
Not having a more precision timepiece is another way to keep consts down, IMHO.
Hey Siri, what time is it?
 
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