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Q: How do I calibrate the compass?

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How do I calibrate the compass?

A: The Compass will help you navigate. If the ...

The Compass will help you navigate. If the Compass can be calibrated at any time as long as all electrical accessories are off, the doors are closed, and you are in an open area away from steel structures. From there calibrate the compass by.

  1. Turning your vehicle on.

  2. Pressing and holding the 7 and 9 preset buttons down until you see “CAL.”

  3. Driving your vehicle in a circle slowly until the display changes the directions.

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