Q: How do you customize the multi-information display?

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How do you customize the multi-information display?

While some of the information and items shown on your car’s multi-information display must remain the same, there are quite a few that can be customized. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Press the menu button located on the steering wheel (the key must be set to on).

  2. Choose customize settings.

  3. Press the button labeled “source”.

  4. Use the + and - buttons to navigate through the menu options displayed and to customize settings. Use the back button to go back a step.

  5. Press the menu button again to exit the customization process.

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