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Q: How do I view the range feature?

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How do I view the range feature?

A: The range feature displays approximately ho...

The range feature displays approximately how many miles you can drive before your fuel tank is empty. To view this feature, press the Trip Computer switch until the range is displayed. Tips The range feature is an approximation, and is not exact. Always refuel your vehicle before the range gets too low.

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