Q: Q: How do I use the trip odometers?

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How do I use the trip odometers?

The trip odometers display the distance that you have traveled since the last trip odometer reset. They can be reset at any time to start a new trip distance. To access the trip odometers, press the Trip button on the steering wheel until Trip A or Trip B is displayed on the trip computer. To reset either trip odometer, press and hold the Reset button on the steering wheel for more than one second, when one of the trip odometers is currently displayed.

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