Q: How do I change the Trip A or Trip B reset trigger?

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How do I change the Trip A or Trip B reset trigger?

Your vehicle has two trip settings, which measure how far you have driven since the last reset. Each trip meter can be programmed to reset when you refuel, when you turn the vehicle off, or when you manually reset. To change the reset trigger, follow these steps: 1. Turn the ignition to On, while making sure the vehicle is completely stopped. 2. Press the Menu button. 3. Use the +/- buttons to highlight Customize Settings, then press Source. 4. Use the +/- buttons to highlight The Computer Setup, then press Source. 5. Use the +/- buttons to highlight Trip A Reset Trigger or Trip B Reset Trigger, then press Source. 6. Use the +/- buttons to choose between With Refuel, Manual Only, and IGN Off, then press Source.

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