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Q: How do I display the current miles per gallon?

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How do I display the current miles per gallon?

A: There is a message center that is called th...

There is a message center that is called the Base Message Center. This message center will show you the information about the operations of your vehicle. The Current Miles Per Gallon feature shows your truck's fuel economy in the moment you view it. To view the Current Miles Per Gallon feature.

  1. Press the Info button on the instrument cluster until MPG appears.
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