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Q: How do I display the miles to empty feature?

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How do I display the miles to empty feature?

There is a Base Message Center that logs the functions of your vehicle. You can use this message center to display your vehicle’s information and features. The Miles to Empty feature will tell you how long it will be before your vehicle runs out of gas. To access the Miles to Empty feature:

  1. Press the Info button located on the instrument cluster until Miles to E appears.

  2. Press the Info button again when you are done viewing.

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