Q: How do I reset the Fuel Used setting?

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How do I reset the Fuel Used setting?

Fuel Used is one of the many settings that the driver information center (DIC) can display. While on this setting, the DIC will show you how much fuel has been used since the last Fuel Used reset. To reset the Fuel Used setting press the Set/Clr button on the turn signal lever while the DIC is displaying the Fuel Used setting.

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