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It needs to be reset, here is how to do it: turn the key on set the odo/trip meter to read odopush and holsd the RESET switch turn the key off while holding the switchturn the key back on some lines will flash on the display when the odometer reading comes back release the switch
if this doesn't work use the "trip A" setting instead of ODO either one should work
you will just have to keep driving the car as long as she runs you have a good car that will do you well. as for the trip odometer you will have to reset the computer. disconnect the battery overnight and see what that does for you.
Turn the key on. Observe the odometer. Is "ODO" displayed? If not, push the trip meter button until "ODO" is displayed, with the total mileage travelled shown.
Turn the key off.
Push & HOLD the trip reset button until advised to release it.
Turn the key to "ON" (do not start engine)
Observe the ODO display.
You should see 5 dashes, then 4, then 3, then 2, then one, and finally, five zeros.
The original mileage that you observed should be redisplayed.
Release the trip reset button.
The proceedure is now complete.