Q: Q: How do I reset the trip odometer?

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How do I reset the trip odometer?

Resetting the trip odometer is easy. First, press the TRIP ODOMETER button on the instrument panel until the trip odometer is displayed. Then, press and hold the TRIP ODOMETER button until the trip odometer is cleared, and returns to zero.

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