Adjusting the Time on the Clock in an Aston Martin DB9

Aston Martin DB9 ClockAt least twice a year you probably need to adjust the time on your DB9 dash clock (with the changes for daylight savings time).   Or maybe you’ve had your battery disconnected for a service event and the clocks time is off.  Personally I think the clock keeps accurate time, I’ve never needed to tweak the time due to it drifting on its own.

Changing the time is very simple and probably doesn’t warrant a post and video, but since it’s officially part of the Aston Martin Annual Service routine I thought I would do a quick one – some people are visual learners and are encouraged when they see others do it.

Flux Capacitor
Flux Capacitor

Just below the clock to the right and left are two small holes (with recessed adjustment buttons).  The left hand one turns the time backward.  The right hand one turns the time forward (all without 1.21 jigawatts of power and a flux capacitor!).

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