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DIC Operation and Displays
The DIC comes on when the ignition is on. The DIC has different modes which can be accessed by pressing the DIC buttons. The button functions are detailed in the following.
TRIP A or TRIP B
Press the information button until TRIP A or TRIP B is displayed. These modes show the current distance traveled since the last reset for each trip odometer in either miles (mi) or kilometers (km). Both odometers can be used at the same time. Each trip odometer can be reset to zero separately by pressing and holding the reset button for a few seconds while the desired trip odometer is displayed.
Information Modes q (Information): Press this button to scroll
through the following vehicle information modes:
Outside Air Temperature and Odometer
Press the information button until the outside air temperature and the odometer are displayed. This mode shows the temperature outside of the vehicle in either degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Celsius (°C) and the total distance the vehicle has been driven in either miles (mi) or kilometers (km). The outside air temperature will appear on the left side of the DIC display and the odometer will appear on the right side of the display. To change the DIC display to English or metric units, see "UNITS" under DIC Vehicle Personalization on page 182.
Press the information button until FUEL RANGE is displayed. This mode shows the remaining distance you can drive without refueling in either miles (mi) or kilometers (km). It is based on fuel economy and the fuel remaining in the tank. When the fuel level is low, FUEL RANGE LOW will display. The fuel economy data used to determine fuel range is an average of recent driving conditions. As your driving conditions change, this data is gradually updated. The FUEL RANGE mode cannot be reset.