In the time I've owned mine, 6 months, my clock had lost 2 minutes. I just reset it and chalked it up to a coincidence. If yours is losing 5 minutes a MONTH, I'd think the computer needs to be updated or something. Especially since a new radio didn't correct the problem. But that brings up another point, is that programming housed in the radio or in the vehicle computer?Cooper said:The clock in my 2010 Terrain (does not have navigation system) looses about 4 to 5 minutes per month. The dealer put a new radio in the car, but this did not fix the problem.
Has your concern been resolved? I would be happy to look into this for you as well. Please feel free to contact me privately with more information including the last eight of your VIN. Thank you in advance.Cooper said:The clock in my 2010 Terrain (does not have navigation system) looses about 4 to 5 minutes per month. The dealer put a new radio in the car, but this did not fix the problem.
My calendar loses a day or so every once in awhile. Not tough to change the date when I notice it, but pretty odd, though. I guess I should complain, but I am afraid that they will want to keep my car for a few months to observe it happening ! :banghead:csgo said:I know this is an old thread, but I have clock problems as well. Mine loses about 4 minutes per hour and the date randomly changes. I called Chevy support and they told me that I needed to "reboot" the computer... remove the key from the ignition and leave the drivers door open for at least 10 minutes. I tried it and it didn't help at all (and the lady at Chevy was probably laughing that she talked me into doing such a silly thing).