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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hold ambient button and temp down button at the sametime till it resets
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Make sure that the odometer is set to miles and not kilometers. Hold the button down (while in the regular odometer setting, not the "trip odometer" setting) until it changes to miles. The temperature display will automatically change to fahrenheit. We just figured this out today.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
Don't listen to 'nitrousaura' (what a maroon, as Bugs would say).
Anyway, the way to change between Celsius and Fahrenheit is to hold down both the 'Temp down' and the 'Amb' buttons for 5 seconds. Be sure to do the 'Temp down,' not the 'Fan down' like I tried the first time and had to call Kia back. :) The two buttons are on opposite sides of the display.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
You can switch the temperature mode between Fahrenheit to Celsius as follows:
While depressing the AUTO button, depress the OFF button for 3 seconds or more. The display will change from Fahrenheit to Celsius, or from Celsius to Fahrenheit."
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
I just hate it when you ask a simple question and someone says "read the manual"... If that's the only answer, just hang it up as an expert (in my opinion). The ANSWER is "Push and hold the Ambient (outside) Temperature button down while pressing the Temperature Down button. After several seconds the display will toggle." - An Amateur...
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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If your temperature reads in climate control reads in degrees Celsius "C" instead of Fahrenheit "F", follow these steps to change to Fahrenheit.
The display should then change to "F". Follow these same steps to change your read-out to Celsius , if preferred.
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