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How to set the Trip odometer

How to clear - set the Trip A odometer to measure the mileage from one point to another. 2006 Monte Carlo

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    Odometer is in km, need US standard miles

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You push in the stick and wait for it to go to "Trip" then you will just hold it in until it resets. I do this to find my gas mileage.

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