Q: How do I use the Fuel Used setting?

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How do I use the Fuel Used setting?

The driver information center (DIC) provides you with a lot of different information. At any moment, you can choose which information you would like the DIC to provide. To choose the Fuel Used setting, press the Menu button on the turn signal lever until the DIC displays Trip/Fuel Information. Then, use the arrows on the turn signal lever to scroll through the options until you reach Fuel Used. The Fuel Used setting will tell you how much fuel your vehicle has used since the last reset.

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