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My apologies for double posting; I originally posted the following in the Galant forum, not realizing that this forum existed. Mods, if this causes a problem, feel free to delete my thread in the Galant forum.

Until recently, the MMCS Maintenance functions of my 2011 SE have worked fine. Recently, however, hitting the Maintenance button brings up a message that says to check Time and Date and, if incorrect, to move the vehicle so GPS information can be obtained. Time can obviously be changed on the Clock Set function but my system says that the date is set automatically, which apparently isn't happening. Trying to change the date by using the Calendar function brings up dates that are well before the car was built and changing the date stops in 2007. Moving the car, no matter what screen is displayed, changes nothing. A regional dealer said that they had dealt with problem in a 2010 or 2011 Outlander and determined that nothing could be done, suggesting that the satellites/towers serving the Maintenance functions were no longer operating or were simply incompatible with current technology. Has anyone else encountered this problem? Has anyone found a solution to this problem?
 

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My apologies for double posting; I originally posted the following in the Galant forum, not realizing that this forum existed. Mods, if this causes a problem, feel free to delete my thread in the Galant forum.

Until recently, the MMCS Maintenance functions of my 2011 SE have worked fine. Recently, however, hitting the Maintenance button brings up a message that says to check Time and Date and, if incorrect, to move the vehicle so GPS information can be obtained. Time can obviously be changed on the Clock Set function but my system says that the date is set automatically, which apparently isn't happening. Trying to change the date by using the Calendar function brings up dates that are well before the car was built and changing the date stops in 2007. Moving the car, no matter what screen is displayed, changes nothing. A regional dealer said that they had dealt with problem in a 2010 or 2011 Outlander and determined that nothing could be done, suggesting that the satellites/towers serving the Maintenance functions were no longer operating or were simply incompatible with current technology. Has anyone else encountered this problem? Has anyone found a solution to this problem?
Interesting. Between my original post in the Galant forum and my transferred post here, some 75 or so people have looked at the posts and I have yet to get a single response. Strange.
 

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My apologies for double posting; I originally posted the following in the Galant forum, not realizing that this forum existed. Mods, if this causes a problem, feel free to delete my thread in the Galant forum.

Until recently, the MMCS Maintenance functions of my 2011 SE have worked fine. Recently, however, hitting the Maintenance button brings up a message that says to check Time and Date and, if incorrect, to move the vehicle so GPS information can be obtained. Time can obviously be changed on the Clock Set function but my system says that the date is set automatically, which apparently isn't happening. Trying to change the date by using the Calendar function brings up dates that are well before the car was built and changing the date stops in 2007. Moving the car, no matter what screen is displayed, changes nothing. A regional dealer said that they had dealt with problem in a 2010 or 2011 Outlander and determined that nothing could be done, suggesting that the satellites/towers serving the Maintenance functions were no longer operating or were simply incompatible with current technology. Has anyone else encountered this problem? Has anyone found a solution to this problem?
My 2011 Mitsubishi galant es has the EXACT same problem. I've looked high and low for an answer to this and have yet go find one. My guess is that a dealer would change the computer for 2 or 3 thousand dollars and that would fix it.
 
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