I'm having the exact same issue. Radio clock out an hour and jan 1st 2002. What is this about?I’ve have a similar strange issue on my 2014 SE with Nav. The radio display clock is an hour off…the nav display clock is a totally different time…and the calendar date is January 1st, 2002. No matter what I try, I can’t reset anything! I have not unhooked the vehicle battery yet. Any ideas on a fix?
I have 2005 Acura MDX and 2014 Honda Ridgeline. I have attempted to change time by 1 hour on both vehicles manually - the changes do not update. I have turned off Daylight Saving time recognition and time zone recognition - but still not able to edit the time shown on the clock.That's weird. The day of the week for January 1 doesn't match either 2002 (Tuesday) or 2022 (Saturday), either.
What is it showing as the date today?
What happens if you manually set the time and date?
Ordered it as well but many others in thes thread have said that would not correct the issue. I really wanted it for the latest nav update anyway.Let me know if it works...and by the way, how much did the DVD set you back. I've heard somewhere around 250$ US! That's like a gizzilion Canadian dollars here!
I contacted Honda today about this and they said it only affected 2006 to 2012 models, obviously WRONG. All they said was the "system" will correct its self in August. So I countered...is Honda going to sit on their asses and let us suffer for 8 months ? My other counter...The Honda engineers must be completely incompetent if they couldn't come up with a fix in just a couple of weeks.I have had no problem with my 2014 Ridgeline navigation or clock, my clock resets itself all the time no need to adjust clock because it does it by the GPS system.
I did not drive my vehicle on Jan 1st at all, I got in it today Jan 2nd and my clock displays Jan 1st, 2002
I pulled my battery cable to reset everything but when it came back on after 5 or 6 minutes as soon as the gps received a signal, it still shows Jan 1st, 2002 HELP
The issue isn't coming up with a fix, it's the massive cost involved in deploying that fix for millions of vehicles which are no longer covered by warranty for a problem that doesn't present a safety risk. Honda likely had nothing to do with this, anyway, as they didn't make the navigation systems - Alpine did.The Honda engineers must be completely incompetent if they couldn't come up with a fix in just a couple of weeks.