How to Change the Clock Settings for a 2007 Honda Accordby Robert Moore
You can set the clock on your 2007 Accord quickly, but how you do it depends on what entertainment options it was equipped with. If your Accord has the standard radio package, you can set the clock using the preset buttons on the radio. If your car is equipped with the navigation system, however, there is a little more to it.
Turn the ignition to the "On" position, but do not start the engine. Press and hold the button labeled "Sound," just below the CD slot.
Release the button when you hear an audible beep. The time on the upper display of the radio will blink.
Press the button labeled "Preset 4" to adjust the hour. Press the button labeled "Preset 5" to change the minute. Once you've set the clock to the desired time, press the "Sound" button again to confirm the time. Turn the ignition off.
Turn the ignition to the "On" position, but don't start the engine. Press the button labeled "Setup" next to the navigation screen.
Touch the button labeled "More" in the top, right corner of the touch-screen display. Press the button labeled "Clock Adjustment."
Locate the section labeled "Time adjustment" toward the bottom of the display. Touch the "+" or "-" buttons next to "Hour" or "Minute" to adjust the clock time. Press the button labeled "Done" to confirm, and then press "Return" to return to the home screen. Remove the ignition key.
Robert Moore started writing professionally in 2002. His career started has head writer and Web designer for VFW post 1224 in Hamburg, Michigan. He has prepared business plans, proposals and grant requests. Moore is a state of Michigan-certified mechanic and is pursuing an Associate of Arts in automotive technology from Lansing Community College.