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Q: How do I adjust the compass zones?

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How do I adjust the compass zones?

A: The Compass built in to your truck is there...

The Compass built in to your truck is there to help you navigate. You can adjust the Compass Zone you are in. Refer to the magnetic zone map to determine what zone you are in. From there, to adjust the Compass Zone.

  1. Turn the vehicle on.

  2. Hold down the 7 and 9 preset buttons until you see “ZONE XX.”

  3. Keep pressing and releasing the 7 and 9 preset buttons at the same time until the correct zone appears.

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