Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 23:24:32 +0000
From: Leroy Curtis <leroynopsamam.demon.co.uk>
Subject: Re: What does the INFO button say


In article <80gjai$1ha4$1nopsam1.u.washington.edu>, Christian E Sorensen <c.e.sorensen.REMOVEnopsamnet> writes >Alvin Carter <al-crtrnopsamspring.com> wrote in message >news:80gfn1$kuf$1nopsam2.atl.mindspring.net... >> I just bought a 1987 SAAB 9000. I love it. I want to know what the R >> button and the INFO button tells you. I figured out that one is the >outside >> temperature. The others are km but what? >You can change it to our messed up system of units if you hold down R and >Info for a few seconds I believe. I'm not sure what order it's in, but I >believe info cycles through the ambient temperature, gas mileage over the >last 10 (or is it more?) miles, current gas mileage and miles to empty based >on the average gas mileage. I think. > Nearly. The average fuel consumption is calculated over the distance travelled since the unit was last reset. There is also a battery voltage function. The R button resets the average fuel consumption figure, and the DTE will be re-calculated using the new average consumption figure. You are correct in saying that pressing INFO and R together will change the units of measurement. -- Regards Leroy Curtis Please replace "nospam" with "baram" in my address if you wish to reply by Email

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