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How to reset allreadouts such as trip miles and all that can be reset

All electonic readouts on dash, how to reset such as trip milesand all that can be reset

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There should be two buttons associated with your readouts, NORMALLY one will change the readout, trip miles, fuel usage, etc, the other is normally for changing from imperal to metric (miles to kilometers) on MOST vehicles if you put it on the trip miles screen and hold down both buttons for a few seconds it will reset, some vehicles will even beep to let you know that you have reset your readouts.

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This is really easy! Follow these directions:

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I get many calls a week for this procedure...
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