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Q: What information is shown in the information display?

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What information is shown in the information display?

The following information is shown on the information display:

  • Vehicle mileage (total mileage for the vehicle)

  • Trip meter A (this can be reset at any point to track mileage)

  • Trip meter B (this can be reset at any point to track mileage)

  • Outside temperature

  • Coolant temperature gauge

  • Oil life (Maintenance Minder™)

  • Check Fuel Cap Message (indicates a loose gas cap)

  • Fuel Gauge

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