Q: How do I change the display on the odometer and trip meter?

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How do I change the display on the odometer and trip meter?

You can keep track of how far you travel on a single tip with the trip meter display. This helps you calculate fuel usage and other information.

  1. Locate the button on the dashboard in the lower right corner of the gauges.

  2. Press down on the button to reset trip meters A and B.

  3. Switch the display to average fuel consumption by quickly pressing down on the button. Press and hold to reset to zero.

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