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Q: How do I reset to factory settings?

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How do I reset to factory settings?

A: You can reset all of the trip computer feat...

You can reset all of the trip computer features to their previous settings. To do so, follow these quick steps: 1. Press the Trip Computer switch until the settings menu shows up. 2. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to Factory, then press the switch. 3. Use the Trip Computer switch to confirm the factory reset. Tips The factory reset can only be done when the vehicle is not in motion.

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