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Nov 7, 2021 and DST came upon us this morning and although both "Daylight Savings Time" and "GPS Time" are both checked in the 2022 Tucson Hybrid, the vehicle did not adjust the time automatically. I drove it around a mile or so to be sure it connects to a satellite, but no success. Just wondering if anyone else is having this issue and/or has a solution.
 

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Nov 7, 2021 and DST came upon us this morning and although both "Daylight Savings Time" and "GPS Time" are both checked in the 2022 Tucson Hybrid, the vehicle did not adjust the time automatically. I drove it around a mile or so to be sure it connects to a satellite, but no success. Just wondering if anyone else is having this issue and/or has a solution.
The daylight saving time box needs to be unchecked. It isn't there to change automatically, when the box is checked, that means you turned on DST. But once DST ends, you have to uncheck the box and the time will then change.
 

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The daylight saving time box needs to be unchecked. It isn't there to change automatically, when the box is checked, that means you turned on DST. But once DST ends, you have to uncheck the box and the time will then change.
I found that to be ...... that's almost as easy as changing the time 1 hour
 

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I found that to be ...... that's almost as easy as changing the time 1 hour
Haha, well the difference is, if you manually adjust the time by 1 hr, you'd have to first disable auto-sync, then adjust ... FWIW, that seems one extra step compared to check-on/-off to enable/disable Daylight Savings.

Also in manual mode, you'd be giving up synchronizing the time with GPS, meaning your clock could well wander a bit throughout the year.

Just sayin' ... ;)
 

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Haha, well the difference is, if you manually adjust the time by 1 hr, you'd have to first disable auto-sync, then adjust ... FWIW, that seems one extra step compared to check-on/-off to enable/disable Daylight Savings.

Also in manual mode, you'd be giving up synchronizing the time with GPS, meaning your clock could well wander a bit throughout the year.

Just sayin' ... ;)
Lol. Of course you saw the irony😎
I’m lucky. My Tucson never leaves it’s own time zone.
 

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So surprisingly, we had to disable Daylight Savings separately for both my profile and my wife’s! It makes no sense that this setting is unique to each profile … regardless of the user profile in use, the vehicle physically resides in the same locale!
 

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So surprisingly, we had to disable Daylight Savings separately for both my profile and my wife’s! It makes no sense that this setting is unique to each profile … regardless of the user profile in use, the vehicle physically resides in the same locale!
^ Yes, same observation here. It makes zero sense that this setting is unique to each profile.
Also, recently I applied the latest nav map & software update to my '22 Tucson HEV Ultimate. After the update was finished everything seemed to be fine/normal... until my wife took the vehicle for a drive and discovered the speed & distance were being displayed in 'miles' format instead of 'kilometers'. This situation was happening only with her profile engaged. It makes zero sense that the speed/distance format setting is unique to each profile.
 
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