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Q: How do I read the speedometer in a 2012 Chevrolet Equinox?

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How do I read the speedometer?

A: The speedometer is on the right side of you...

The speedometer is on the right side of your instrument control panel. It tells you how fast you are driving at. The speedometer is a semicircle with numbers on it; the numbers represent the speed in either mph or km/h. Whatever number the pointer on the speedometer is pointing to is the speed that you are currently driving at.

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