Q: Q: How do I change the language?

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How do I change the language?

You can choose what language you would like your vehicle’s display to be in with just a few steps: 1. Press the Trip Computer switch until the settings menu shows up. 2. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to Language, then press the switch. 3. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to the language of your choice, then press the switch. Tips The language can only be adjusted when the vehicle is not in motion.

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