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1- Speedometer (km or mph + km/h).

1- Speedometer (km or mph + km/h).

2- Multi-information display → P. 3-4 Information screen display list → P. 3-40.

3- Tachometer → P. 3-2.

4- Daytime dipper button (meter illumination control) → P. 3-3.

Tachometer

The tachometer indicates the engine speed (r/min). The tachometer can help you

The tachometer indicates the engine speed (r/min). The tachometer can help you obtain more economical driving and also warns you of excessive engine speeds (Red zone).

CAUTION:

● When driving, watch the tachometer to make sure that the engine speed indication does not rise into the red zone (excessive engine rpm).

Daytime dipper button (meter illumination control)

Each time you press this button, there is a sound and the brightness of the instruments changes.

NOTE:

● If you press and hold the button for longer than about 1 second, the brightness automatically scrolls through its different levels, and stops scrolling when you release the button.

Select your desired level of brightness.

● You can adjust to 8 different levels for when the tail lamps are illuminated and 8 for when they are not.

● When the lamp switch is in the “AUTO” position, the meter illumination switches automatically to the adjusted brightness, depending on the brightness outside the vehicle.

● The brightness level of the instruments is stored when the ignition switch is turned off.

1- Brightness display

1- Brightness display

    See also:

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    Wiper blades
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