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Q: How do I view Gauge mode?

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How do I view Gauge mode?

In the Uplevel Message Center, there is a feature called Gauge mode. Gauge mode helpfully shows some of your vehicle’s stats as a graphic. To view the options in Gauge mode.

  1. Use the Up or Down arrow keys on your steering wheel controls to maneuver to the Gauge mode option.

  2. Press OK to select it.

  3. Use the arrow keys to scroll between the different graphics available.

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