Auto reset modeAuto reset mode  - Average fuel consumption display - Multi-information display - Instruments and controls - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

► When the average fuel consumption is being displayed, if you hold down the multi-information meter switch, the average fuel consumption displayed at that time is reset.

► If the ignition switch is at “ACC” or “LOCK” for about 4 hours or longer, the average fuel consumption display is automatically reset.

► The average speed display and the average fuel consumption display can be reset Note

► The average speed display and the average fuel consumption display can be reset individually for the auto reset mode and manual reset mode.
► “---” is displayed when the average fuel consumption cannot be measured.
► The initial (default) setting is “Auto reset mode”.
► The average fuel consumption depends on the driving condition (road condition, driving behavior, etc.). The displayed fuel consumption may vary from the actual fuel consumption.
Treat the fuel consumption displayed as just a rough guideline.
► The memory of the auto reset mode or manual reset mode for the average fuel consumption display is erased if the battery is disconnected.
► The display setting can be changed to the preferred units {km/L, mpg (US), mpg (UK) or L/100 km}.
Refer to “Changing the function settings (when the ignition switch is “ON”)”.

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