Q: How do I view the elapsed time?

asked by on January 07, 2016

How do I view the elapsed time?

The elapsed time is viewable in the multi-information display above the center console. To view the elapsed time, press the display button until the multi-information display shows elapsed time. This feature will show you how much time has passed since the two trip meters were reset.

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