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Q: How do I view the average speed feature?

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How do I view the average speed feature?

A: The average speed feature displays the aver...

The average speed feature displays the average speed that you have been driving since the last reset of the feature. To view the feature, press the Trip Computer switch until the average speed is displayed. You can reset this feature by pressing and holding the Trip Computer switch for less than three seconds.

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