Q: How do I reset the elapsed time feature?

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How do I reset the elapsed time feature?

The elapsed time feature displays how much time has elapsed since the last feature reset. You can reset the elapsed time with just two steps:

  1. Press the display button on the lower left side of the instrument panel until the elapsed time feature is shown on the multi-information display.

  2. Press and hold the display button for more than a second.

The elapsed time feature will now be reset.

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