How to reset the trip meter to zero Fiat Sedici.
Speedometer / odometer / trip meter / meter illumination control.
The speedometer indicates vehicle speed in km/ h.
When the ignition switch is turned to “ON”, the display shows the odometer or trip meter. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. The trip meter can be used to measure the distance traveled on short trips or between fuel stops.
Keep track of your odometer reading and check the maintenance schedule regularly for required services. Increased wear or damage to certain parts can result from failure to perform required services at the proper mileage intervals.
When the ignition switch is turned to “ON” with the lighting switch is in the “OFF” position, the display shows three types of indication; odometer (A), trip meter A (B) and trip meter B (C). Push the selector knob (3) quickly to switch the indication among the three.
When the ignition switch is turned to “ON” and the lighting switch is turned to the second or third position with the illumination cancel switch in the OFF position, the display shows four types of indication; odometer (A), tripmeter A (B), tripmeter B (C) and indication of illumination intensity (D). Push the selector knob (3) quickly to switch the indication among the four. When the indication shows (D), you can control the meter illumination intensity. Refer to “Meter illumination control” section below for details on how to dim or brighten the meter illumination. For details on how to use the illumination cancel switch, refer to “Illumination Cancel Switch” in this section.
To reset the trip meter to zero, hold in the selector knob (3) for about 2 seconds
Meter illumination control. When the display shows the indication of illumination intensity (D), you can dim or brighten the meter illumination. To change the meter illumination brightness, continue to hold in the selector knob (3). The indication will change as shown in the illustration. The illumination gets dimmer then returns to the brightest condition after it reaches the dimmest.