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Toggling Different Display Items

magicbus

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Maybe I’m just a slow learner, but I just realized I can hit the Menu button and select items for the dash display and then toggle through my selected items using the up/down stick next to the Menu button. Now I don’t have to stare at my mileage all the time but can easily check it. Same for tire pressure, etc. I had thought I was stuck with looking at my mileage all the time once I selected it.
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69cuda340s

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Yes those modern digital dashes are like that. I can display a Turbo Boost guage right in center on my '16 F150...
 

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I had top of the line 2013 C-max hybrid that had all this info but sliced and diced it so much that I virtually never changed the screen for fear of not being able to find my way back. Traded that car for my BB and find the newer system much easier to navigate and actually use. Sometimes too much info is too much!
 


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Sometimes having too much info on the screens that are supposed to help distract from the actual driving, just as too much screen time distracts from actual living...
 

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It took me a while to realize you could toggle screens also.

I pretty much stick with the mileage one now.
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