Q: How do I set or reset the service distance?

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How do I set or reset the service distance?

The service distance feature displays a warning when you have traveled a set number of miles, to remind you that you should get your vehicle serviced. You can choose how many miles are traveled before this reminder comes on, or you can reset the feature very easily: 1. Press the Trip Computer switch until the settings menu shows up. 2. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to Maintenance, then press the switch. 3. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to Service, then press the switch. 4. Use the Trip Computer switch to select a distance, or to reset the feature. Always reset the feature after having your car serviced. Tips The service distance can only be adjusted when the vehicle is not in motion.

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