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Thermometer guage and clock

The thermometer will not read Farenheit, and the clock is in army time. How do I change these?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    that info is in the owners manual, if u don't have one they are avail on the internet.

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To set the temp you have to have the key in the on position and hold the left and right buttons in to change it..to set the time..hold in both and you dont have to have the key in the on position..if that dont work..try the opposit..for both..

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Sorry to hear that, those setting are configured specially for each market by the dealer ship. As the prior answer, check your manual for more info if no solution, get to your local VW/Audi service department.

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