DIC Buttons

The buttons are the set/reset, customization, vehicle information, and trip/fuel buttons. The button functions are detailed in the following pages.

The buttons are the set/reset, customization, vehicle information, and trip/fuel buttons. The button functions are detailed in the following pages.

(Customization): Press this button to customize the feature settings on your vehicle. See Vehicle Personalization (With DIC Buttons) on page 5‑46 for more information. (Set/Reset): Press this button to set or reset certain functions and to turn off or acknowledge messages on the DIC.

(Vehicle Information): Press this button to display the oil life, park assist on vehicles with this feature, units, tire pressure readings on vehicles with this feature, and compass calibration and zone setting on vehicles with this feature. (Customization): Press this button to customize the feature settings on your vehicle. See Vehicle Personalization (With DIC Buttons) on page 5‑46 for more information.

(Trip/Fuel): Press this button to display the odometer, trip odometers, fuel range, average economy, timer, fuel used, and average speed. (Vehicle Information): Press this button to display the oil life, park assist on vehicles with this feature, units, tire pressure readings on vehicles with this feature, and compass calibration and zone setting on vehicles with this feature.

Vehicle Information Menu Items (Trip/Fuel): Press this button to display the odometer, trip odometers, fuel range, average economy, timer, fuel used, and average speed.

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