Some 2004-2012 Honda and Acura nav systems think they're 20 years in the past

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Maybe your old Honda or Acura nav system jumped into the Wayback Machine for 20 years.

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If by some chance you’re old enough to remember Entire Y2K bug scare Where at 12:01 a.m. on Jan 1st 2000 all computers would completely lose it and bring the world to a terrible halt (if you’re not old enough to remember, don’t worry – it didn’t really it doesn’t), then you’ll probably laugh at the issue that has been plaguing some Honda and Acura owners.

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issue, which was reported on Thursday by Jalopnik, includes Honda and Acura vehicles from 2004 to 2012, which suddenly jump back 20 years on their car’s clocks and screens. It’s luckily more fun than it really is. According to Group of CR-V owners react to Honda, the problem will be self-correcting, which is great — but it will also take time to auto-reset until August of this year, which is less cool.

the problem is likely to arise by itself The way the GPS system calculates the time, And according to a Jalopnik piece, this has happened before with Honda and Acura owners, affecting vehicles in 2017 and again in 2021, with cars of different model years.

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If this happened to your Honda or Acura, let us know in the comments!

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