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Q: How do I turn the clock on or off?

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How do I turn the clock on or off?

A: The clock can be turned on or off easily an...

The clock can be turned on or off easily and quickly: 1. Press the Trip Computer switch until the settings menu shows up 2. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to Clock, then press the switch. 3. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to the [On] or [Off] feature, then press the switch. 4. Rotate the Trip Computer switch to select On or Off, then press the switch. Tips The clock can only be turned on or off when the vehicle is not in motion.

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