Q: How do I view the elapsed time feature?

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How do I view the elapsed time feature?

The elapsed time feature displays how much time has passed since the feature was reset. This can help you determine how long it takes to drive somewhere. To view the feature, press the Trip Computer switch until the elapsed time is display. You can reset the elapsed time by pressing the Trip Computer switch and holding it for less than three seconds. Tips The elapsed time feature automatically pauses when the vehicle is turned off, and resumes when the vehicle turns on. The feature will stay active even when not displayed.

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