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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-13-2012, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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Help with clock /hour meter reading

I want to know how many hours I have on my Prowler,, I read the 701 reading ,,but not sure if it's in hours or the metric system setting..thebook tells something about I have to be running 500 rpm's before ther hour will show up? must be reading something wrong..

I push the number 3 button down to bring up all numbers and then push the number 4 button to set clock but thats where I am lost ..clock doesnt start moving thru the hours like book says ,,therefore I cannot change time ,,it read 71X ? not sure what that is either,,need hep...

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You have 71 hrs it's the number on top with with the hour glass symbol beside it. The 701 is your km, you have it set to metric.

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You have 71 hrs it's the number on top with with the hour glass symbol beside it. The 701 is your km, you have it set to metric.
thank you sir,,I was thinking that hour glass was a X ,,

Can you tell me how to change the 701 km to miles ? Maybe in steps ..
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Press the top button until you only see "km/h" on the display, then press the bottom button until you see "mph". It will change back to the main display fairly quick if you pause between button presses too long.

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Press the top button until you only see "km/h" on the display, them press the bottom button until you see "mph". It will change back to the main display fairly quick if you pause between button presses too long.
thx again ,,will check it out tomorrow,,,
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thx again ,,will check it out tomorrow,,,
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Press the top button until you only see "km/h" on the display, then press the bottom button until you see "mph". It will change back to the main display fairly quick if you pause between button presses too long.

Fathers day got in my way to check it out friend but anyway thx ,,I finally got it after many tries,,it seems like it has to clear its memory or something before it will take,, I now do not know what the T1 and T2 means after the miles number,if you like you are welcome to enlighten me on this also..LOL

Just want to say this site is great as you all know ,,heres the deal ,if you need some help ,,just ask ,and some one like mil1962 or others will have yor answers..

I have 71 hours and 435 miles on my 07 Prowler,,probably a low miles cat wouldnt you say? any one want to say what its value is of right now? just curious and the wife wants to know ,,Hah ha ..
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T1 & T2 are Trip meters just like your car, ODO is the regular odometer. I'm pretty new to sideXsides just like you, only had it a year. This forum and a lot of trial and error has taught me a lot. I bought my '07 Prowler last year, it had 174 hrs and 1,600 miles on it. It's the H1 XT came with a windshield, factory winch, and soft cab with doors. I had to pay $6,500 for it. Used Prowlers are hard to find around here. I have over 3,000 miles on it now, you do have low miles.


Have a great Father's Day!

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In case you don't have it yet here's a direct link to download a free repair manual for the '07 Prowler. http://www.mymowerparts.com/pdf/Arct...ice_manual.pdf

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