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Resetting average fuel economy

I have a SAAB 9-3 2.0t and would like to know if I can reset the average fuel useage shown on the computer. I assumed it would reset when I tanked up but this is not the case. Also the owners manual I have for this car is in French and would like to know if there is available on the internet a downloadable english version. Thanks

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You only need to have the SID display the information (average fuel usage) and presse the CLEAR button for a few seconds (hold it) and it will reset to 0. When you start driving it will start avereging again. Any settins displayed with a stricked 0 can mean average and can be reset that way.

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