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Q: How do I change the optional message center display?

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How do I change the optional message center display?

A: The optional message center display allows ...

The optional message center display allows you to choose what information is displayed. These are the available options: fuel gauge, distance to empty, and bar tachometer; fuel gauge and round analog tachometer; fuel gauge, round analog tachometer, and engine coolant temperature gauge; and fuel gauge, bar tachometer, and Intelligent 4WD. To change the display, use the buttons on the steering wheel to select Display Mode, then choose the display.

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