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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-15-2013, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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Question Tachometer issues

Could someone provide me with a procedure to program the tachometer and clock? I have no problem to change between km, rpm or mph, but have a problem setting the time, especially the hour and the miles on the odometer. There seem to be different numbers, T1, T2
Your help would be appreciated.
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Could someone provide me with a procedure to program the tachometer and clock? I have no problem to change between km, rpm or mph, but have a problem setting the time, especially the hour and the miles on the odometer. There seem to be different numbers, T1, T2
Your help would be appreciated.
Don't feel bad buddy I have had mine for seven years and still have trouble,I can tell you right off the bottom button changes the tach to the speedo.do you have a manual.I just have to play with mine for a while.......

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The T1 & T2 are trip meters just like you have in your car. I'll try to look up some info on setting the clock.

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1. Clock/Engine Hour Meter - The clock function
indicates time in the 12 hour mode; the hour
meter indicates the total time the vehicle has run
and cannot be reset to zero. To set the clock, use
the following procedure.
A.With the ignition switch in the ON position,
press and release the Mode Button (3) until
the Clock/Engine Hour Meter (1) is displayed;
then (if necessary) press and release
the Set/Reset Button (4) to the clock display.
B. Press and hold the Set/Reset Button (4) until
the minutes stop scrolling and the hour display
starts to scroll. Momentarily release
when the correct hour is displayed; then
repeatedly press and release the Set/Reset
Button (4) until the correct minutes are displayed.
􀂄 NOTE: Approximately two seconds after releasing
either Button, the LCD will return to normal
operation.
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5. Odometer/Trip Meter (#1 and #2) - Odometer
registers the total distance the vehicle has traveled.
Trip meters can register two distances (for
instance, #1 could register trip distance and #2
could register distance between stops). The trip
meters can be reset while the odometer only registers
accumulated miles/kilometers.
􀂄 NOTE: To select the odometer (ODO), trip #1
(T1), or trip #2 (T2), press the Mode Button (3) to
select the distance mode; then press the Set/Reset
Button (4) to select the desired display. Hold the
Set/Reset button down to reset trip meters.

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Very good info mike,I never did figure it out 100%,I always just set the clock,and mostly run it on tach.

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Thank God for Members & Manuals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Good info

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Thank God for Members & Manuals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Good info
RD, I still have to get my manual out when I go to set the time,after 7 years you would think I would have it ironed out.

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Thank you friends, I'll copy the info. for future reference and 'll set the unit. I hope you didn't mind such simple question on a 5-year old vehicle with it's second engine. The issues I had to deal with were generally on a higher priority. This question indicates that I'm running out of problems...Cheers!
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Thank you friends, I'll copy the info. for future reference and 'll set the unit. I hope you didn't mind such simple question on a 5-year old vehicle with it's second engine. The issues I had to deal with were generally on a higher priority. This question indicates that I'm running out of problems...Cheers!
No problem manfred,were here to help each other out.

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