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Q: How do I display the fuel history?

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How do I display the fuel history?

A: The Uplevel Message Center displays helpful...

The Uplevel Message Center displays helpful information on your vehicle's functions. Fuel History is a feature on this message center that lets you monitor your vehicle's fuel consumption in the form of a bar graph. To view your vehicle's fuel history.

  1. Use the Up and Down arrow keys on your steering wheel controls to reach the Fuel Economy option.

  2. Press the Right arrow key to choose Fuel History.

  3. To change fuel history duration shown, use the Up and Down arrows to choose between 5, 10, and 30 minutes or the last 5 resets.

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