Q: How do I use Trip A/B mode on the Uplevel Message Center?

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How do I use Trip A/B mode on the Uplevel Message Center?

In the helpful Uplevel Message Center, there is a Trip A/B mode. This mode allows you to track the time, distance, average MPG, amount of fuel used, and odometer of a particular trip. To use the Trip A/B mode.

  1. Use the Up or Down arrow keys on your steering wheel controls to get the Trip A/B.

  2. Press the OK button to choose this feature.

  3. Use the Left and Right arrow keys to switch between Trip A and Trip B.

  4. Press the OK button to pause and unpause a trip.

  5. Hold down the OK button to reset a particular trip.

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