Driver Information Center (DIC)

The DIC display is located at the bottom of the instrument panel cluster. It shows the status of many vehicle systems and enables access to the personalization menu.

The DIC buttons are located on the instrument panel, next to the steering wheel.

The DIC buttons are located on the instrument panel, next to the steering wheel.

Some vehicles do not have the buttons shown, however some of the menus can be viewed by using the trip odometer reset stem.

: Press to display the oil life, units, tire pressure readings for vehicles with the Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS), trailer brake gain and output information for vehicles with the Integrated Trailer Brake Control (ITBC) system, engine hours, compass zone setting, and compass recalibration.: Press to display the odometer, trip odometer, fuel range, average economy, fuel used, timer, instantaneous economy and Active Fuel Management™ indicator, and transmission temperature. The compass and outside air temperature will also be shown in the display. The temperature will be shown in °C or °F depending on the units selected.

: Press to customize the feature settings on your vehicle. See Vehicle Personalization (With DIC Buttons) on page 5‑52 for more information.: Press to display the oil life, units, tire pressure readings for vehicles with the Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS), trailer brake gain and output information for vehicles with the Integrated Trailer Brake Control (ITBC) system, engine hours, compass zone setting, and compass recalibration.

: Press to set or reset certain functions and to turn off or acknowledge messages on the DIC.: Press to customize the feature settings on your vehicle. See Vehicle Personalization (With DIC Buttons) on page 5‑52 for more information.

For more information, see Driver Information Center (DIC) on page 5‑33.: Press to set or reset certain functions and to turn off or acknowledge messages on the DIC.

For more information, see Driver Information Center (DIC) on page 5‑33.

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