Here's a example as to why I think the GPS antenna for the time zone is the issue. Fortunately for these Primex systems I have the ability to manually change the time zone to keep the systems clocks in check until I get the new part. Antennas from Garmin have a life span of about 5-7yrs. I...
I was told in January that they would have a fix for this in Aug. So today Aug. 10th. I called my local dealer, who acted like I was speaking a foreign language. I just got off the phone with Honda. They told me that a fix should roll out sometime between the 9th & 17th. and that I would not have to take my Ridgeline to the dealer. We'll see.
On or after August 17, 2022, when the system’s internal calendar recalibrates, the GPS time signal becomes valid again. The clock will show the correct GPS time but most likely be off by 1 hour because the system’s internal calendar interprets the daylight saving time (DST) change incorrectly.
Now, the customer can adjust the time correctly, and it won’t be affected every time the vehicle’s power is cycled off and then on. The correct time will stay on through the next DST change based on the system internal calendar.