Q: How do I reset the average fuel consumption?

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How do I reset the average fuel consumption?

The average fuel consumption feature tells you the fuel economy that you have averaged since the last reset. Resetting the feature is very easy:

  1. Press the display button on the lower left side of the instrument panel until the average fuel consumption feature is displayed.

  2. Press and hold the display button for at least a second. The feature will then be reset.

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