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Reset the cpmpass in the evic system

A tech set my electronic vehicle info center to show service intervals rather than the compass. i was able to clear out the service info and would now like to restore the compass. there does not seem to be a compass option in the menu. How can i rest the system to display the compass settings.. thanks

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If you don't have a users manual, you can download it and go to page 177, it explains it there.

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