Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC)Setup Menu

The menu comprises a series of functions arranged in a cycle. Press the + and buttons to access the different options and settings (setup).

The setup menu can be activated by pressing the MENU ESC button. Single presses on buttons + or will scroll through the setup menu options. The menu includes the following functions:

Speed Beep
Trip B Data
Set Time
Set Date
See Radio
Speed Display
Autoclose
Units
Language
Buzzer Volume
Button Volume
Daylights (D.R.L.)
Hill Start
Exit Menu

Selecting An Option Of The Main Menu Without Submenu

1. Briefly press the MENU ESC button to select the main menu option to set.
2. Press the + or button (by single presses) to select the new setting.
3. Briefly press the MENU ESC button to store the new setting and go back to the main menu option previously selected.

Selecting An Option Of The Main Menu With Submenu

1. Briefly press the MENU ESC button to display the first submenu option.
2. Press the + or button (by single presses) to scroll through all the submenu options.
3. Briefly press the MENU ESC button to select the displayed submenu option and to open the relevant setup menu.
4. Press the + or button (by single presses) to select the new setting for this submenu option.
5. Briefly press the MENU ESC button to store the new setting and go back to the previously selected submenu option.
6. Press and hold the MENU ESC button to return to the main menu (short hold) or the main screen (longer hold).

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