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What is TRIP COMPUTER? What does TRIP COMPUTER mean? TRIP COMPUTER meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is TRIP COMPUTER? What does TRIP COMPUTER mean? TRIP COMPUTER meaning - TRIP COMPUTER definition - TRIP COMPUTER explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A trip computer is a computer fitted to some cars; most modern trip computers record, calculate, and display the distance travelled, the average speed, the average fuel consumption, and real-time fuel consumption. The first, mechanical trip computers, such as the Halda Speedpilot, produced by a Swedish taximeter manufacturer, were made in the 1950s as car accessories to enable the driver to maintain a given time schedule, particularly useful in rallying. One was installed as standard equipment in the 1958 Saab GT750. The 1952 Fiat 1900 came standard with a complex mechanical device, called mediometro in Italian, that showed the average speed. In 1978, the Cadillac division of General Motors introduced the "Cadillac Trip Computer", available on the Cadillac Seville. Electronic trip computers were offered in General Motors vehicles, and are still usually reserved for fancier cars, although some cheaper models offered them as an option. They can range from basic to complex. The most basic trip computers incorporate average fuel mileage and perhaps an outside temperature display. Mid-range versions often include information on fuel, speed, distance, cardinal heading (compass), and elapsed time. The most advanced trip computers are reserved for high-end cars and often display average calculations for two drivers, a stop watch, tire-pressure information, over-speed warnings, and many other features. Sometimes the trip computer's display is in the gauge cluster, the dashboard or navigation-system screen, or an overhead console. Some displays include information about scheduled maintenance. The current Acura TL does this in stages, first alerting the driver with a "Due Soon" message; once the programmed mileage is reached, the message is "Due Now"; when more time or distance has elapsed, the message changes to "Past Due". Mercedes-Benz vehicles constantly monitor the quality of the oil and alert the driver when the oil has degraded to a certain extent. Some trip computers can display the diagnostic codes that mechanics use. This is especially useful when the mechanic wants to see the codes while driving the car. In 2004, Linear Logic developed the ScanGauge, which at the time was the only easily installed (via OBDII) accessory that worked as a trip computer, 4 simultaneous digital gauges, and a diagnostic trouble-code reader. This device has available 12 different measurements which can be used as the 4 digital gauges. The units of measure can be independently selected between miles/km, gallons/liters, Celsius/Fahrenheit, and PSI/kPa. In 2008, the OBDuino project announced a low-cost DIY trip computer design using the OBDII interface and the Arduino hobbyist microcontroller platform, released under the GPL open source license.
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Ford trip computer instructions, operation, function - VOTD
 
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This video will show you how to operate the trip computer in the Ford Focus and other vehicles.
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2014 Infiniti Q60 - Trip Computer/Twin Trip Odometer
 
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One of the vehicle information display modes is the Trip Computer. When this button on the right side of the instrument panel is pressed, the following modes will appear on the vehicle information display: • MPG -- Displays the current fuel consumption. • MPG/MPH -- Displays the average fuel consumption and speed since the last reset. • TIME/MILES -- Shows the elapsed time and total distance the vehicle has been driven since the last reset. • RANGE -- Displays the estimated Distance To Empty (DTE) the vehicle can be driven before refueling. • OUTSIDE TEMP -- Gives the exterior air temperature, including a low temperature warning feature. • SETTING -- Allows you to set reminders for alerts and maintenance intervals or change the language and units used by the system. - Press this button to cycle through the various setting modes. - Press this button to choose the selected menu. • WARNINGs -- If there are any. Just below the vehicle information display, you'll find the odometer and twin trip odometer, which are displayed when the ignition switch is in the ON position. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, while the twin trip odometer records the distance of two individual trips. You'll see the TRIP A/B RESET switch on the left side of the instrument panel. Push it to change the display from trip A to trip B and back again. Push and hold the switch for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. For more information, on this and all of the vehicle information display features, see your Owner's Manual.
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Mazda 6 trick ! Aktywacja trip computer !
 
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Po wymianie uszkodzonego wyświetlacza przestał działać komputer spalania. Okazuje się że opcja jest zablokowana prostym sposobem. Powinno działać też na innych panelach. While I have changed damaged display I found that new one doesn't support fuel consumption. There is how to unlock feature in few easy steps. Should work with all othet SET panels.
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How to use your cars TRIP COMPUTER!!
 
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In this Video i show you how to use your cars trip computer and how to use all of its functions.
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2015 NISSAN Xterra - Trip Computer
 
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"The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, push the change button on the instrument cluster to scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are: ● Trip A odometer ● Trip B odometer ● Distance to Empty ● Average Speed ● Average Fuel Consumption, and ● Journey time The Trip A and Trip B Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. To reset the Trip A or Trip B odometers: ● Select the one you wish to reset Trip A or Trip B and ● Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the “Distance to Empty” is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver’s attention. The “Average Speed” mode displays the average vehicle speed since the last reset. To reset: ● Select the Average Speed mode and then ● Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Average Fuel Consumption” mode shows the average fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset: ● Select the Average Fuel Consumption mode and then ● Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Journey Time” mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. To reset: ● Select the Journey Time mode and then ● Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. By holding the Change button for more than 3 seconds, all of the modes will be reset except for Trip A and Distance to Empty. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
Jetta SEL trip computer
 
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How did the Apollo flight computers get men to the moon and back ?
 
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There is much speculation by some, as to how the flight computer aboard the Apollo missions managed to get men to the moon when it had just a tiny fraction of the computing power of something like a modern smartphone. Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/curiousdroid Paypal.me : https://www.paypal.me/curiousdroid You can now translate this and other curious droid videos, see my video about it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLPVgIytKyg But this is quite misleading as there was not one solitary computer controlling the Apollo craft, there were 4 computers and no fancy touch screens, GUI’s or other things in a typical computer of today to waste resources on. The first of the 4 computers was the Saturn Launch Vehicle Digital Computer or LVDC, this got the rocket from the launch pad to earth orbit. Then there was the Apollo Guidance Computer or AGC, this is the one which most people think of. There were in fact, two of them, one in the Command Module to get from the earth orbit to the moon and back again. The second was in the lunar module that would control the landing and then the ascent back to the command module and docking. The fourth computer was one which was never used on any mission because it would control an emergency abort and ascent should something happen during the descent to the moons surface like the landing computer failing or they ran out of fuel. The Apollo Guidance Computer wasn’t as dumb as many make it out to be. As time when by in Apollo’s development, the tasks that it was meant to do increased in both number and sophistication, this in turn created ever more issues with the limited resources available . One of the biggest problems was the limited amount of memory due to the technological limitations of the time, this meant that the programmers had to make use of every single byte available. The AGC also had a unique operating system. Systems like UNIX, Linex, Windows and Apple iOS are in control and share time out to the programs. In the AGC, the programs controlled how much time they got depending on how important they were. So that in the case of an emergency, the highest priority programs would get most of the time and non-essential operations were dropped to free up resources which became the basis of mission critical system for all manned mission afterwards. The computer had a performance somewhere around that to that of the first generation of personal computers like the Apple II, commodore 64, ZX Spectrum that would arrive 10 years later in the late 70’s. It had 2k of RAM and 36k of fixed storage magnetic rope core memory, which was woven by hand and took months to assemble, so any software bugs were literally woven into the system. A comparison between the Apollo Guidance Computer and say an iPhone 6 is tricky because the AGC was not a general purpose computer. It was built for a very specific task, had a unique operating system and with the 48-year gap in the technologies used, we can only really get very rough estimates. The Apple iPhone 6 uses the ARM A8 processor which has about 1.6 billion transistors in it, the AGC had just 12,300. The iPhone 6 has 1Gb of RAM, about 488,000 times the AGC and in this one, 128Gb of non-volatile storage or about 3.5 million times the AGC. As for performance, the iPhone 6 is somewhere between maybe 4 and 30 Million times faster than the AGC depending on what type of calculations are being done and if you include the iPhone’s GPU it would be even more. So, if you had to fly back to the moon in an Apollo craft and given the choice, would you trust your life to a couple of iPhones in place of the AGC’s?, because you would actually have more computing power in just one of them than the whole of NASA had during all the Apollo missions....... Title: Adam Are You Free? Author: P C III Source: www.pipechoir.com Nightingale sounds from Gerry Gutteridge flic.kr/ps/Mk2zU License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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2012 NISSAN Xterra - Trip Computer
 
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Trip Computer (if so equipped) The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, the display will scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are "Trip Odometer," "Distance to Empty," "Average Speed," "Average Fuel Consumption" and "Journey Time." Your "Trip Odometers" record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second, to reset the selected trip odometer. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to Empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver's attention. The "Average Speed" mode displays the average vehicle speed. To reset, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode shows the average fuel consumption. To reset the Average Fuel reading, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Journey Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. You can reset all the trip computer modes at once -- except Trip A and Distance to Empty. To reset them, just press and hold the CHANGE button for more than three seconds.
1979 Cadillac Trip Computer - Tripmaster
 
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The Cadillac Trip Computer "Tripmaster" was a unique optional feature available midyear during the 1978 and also the 1979 model years at a cost of US$920. This option replaced the two standard needle-type gauges with an electronic digital readout for the speedometer and remaining fuel. It also replaced the quartz digital clock with an LED display clock. The trip computer also included numerous calculations at the touch of a button on a small panel located to the right of the steering wheel. These included miles to empty, miles per gallon, and a destination arrival time (which needed to be programmed by the driver, to estimate arrival time based on miles remaining). Though preceded by the British 1976 Aston Martin Lagonda sedan, Seville was the first American automobile to offer full electronic instrumentation. This system predated Lincoln's system by one year, although the 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V was available with a "Miles-To-Empty" feature (i.e., an LED readout of miles left to travel based on the fuel remaining). A digital instrument cluster was not available on the Seville and Eldorado again until their 1981 through 1985 configurations, though the "Trip Computer" itself was no longer available.
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Audi A3 & S3 Trip Computer Screen Overview
 
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2015 Audi A3 & S3 trip computer screen overview for MMI Nav w/MMI Touch equipped vehicles.
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2017 NISSAN Sentra - Trip Computer (If so equipped)
 
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"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. For information please visit https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! If your vehicle is not equipped with THIS instrument panel, please see your Owner’s Manual. The Trip Computer display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pressing THIS button on the steering wheel. The trip computer modes are: ● Trip A, ● Trip B, ● ECO Pedal Indicator, ● Instant Fuel Economy, ● Distance to empty, ● Average Fuel Economy, ● Average Speed, and ● Trip Computer Reset The “Trip A” Mode measures the distance travelled of one specific trip. The “Trip B” Mode measures the distance travelled of a second specific trip. The “ECO Pedal Indicator” notifies the driver when the accelerator pedal is depressed beyond the range of economical driving. The “Instant Fuel Economy” mode shows the instant fuel consumption and is updated while driving. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed” modes display average readings since the last reset. Reset the average fuel economy and the average speed by pressing THIS button on the steering wheel for more than approximately one second. You can reset any single selected mode by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. To reset “Trip A”, “Trip B”, “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed,” press the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than three seconds and all four modes will be reset at once. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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2014 Infiniti Q50 - Trip Computer/Twin Trip Odometer (Conventional)
 
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One of the vehicle information display modes is the Trip Computer. Press these buttons on the right side of the steering wheel to cycle through the following modes on the vehicle information display: • Current and Average Fuel Consumption • Average Speed • Elapsed Time and Trip Odometer • Distance to Empty • Route Guidance for the Navigation System • Audio Information • Driving Aids (if so equipped), including Blind Spot Warning, Blind Spot Intervention, Forward Collision Warning and Distance Collision Assistance systems. • Tire Pressure (if so equipped), and • Warnings, if there are any. If applicable, press and hold either of these switches on the steering wheel for more than one second to reset the mode. Just below the vehicle information display, you'll find the odometer and twin trip odometer, which are displayed when the ignition switch is in the ON position. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, while the twin trip odometer records the distance of two individual trips. Push the TRIP RESET switch on the left side of the instrument panel to change the display from trip A to trip B and back again. Push and hold the switch for more than one second to reset the selected odometer.
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Basic overview of the install for an overhead trip computer on a 2nd gen
 
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This outlines what you need to install an overhead trip computer in 98.5-02 2nd gen Dodge trucks that did not come with one factory. Note this only work on trucks with the SLT package.
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2018 Nissan Sentra - Trip Computer (if so equipped)
 
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"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. For information please visit https://owners.Nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! If your vehicle is not equipped with THIS instrument panel, please see your Owner’s Manual. The Trip Computer display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pressing this button on the steering wheel. The trip computer modes are: ● Trip A, ● Trip B, ● ECO Pedal Indicator, if so equipped, ● Instant Fuel Economy, ● Distance to empty, ● Average Fuel Economy, ● Average Speed, and ● Trip Computer Reset The “Trip A” Mode measures the distance travelled of one specific trip. The “Trip B” Mode measures the distance travelled of a second specific trip. The “ECO Pedal Indicator” notifies the driver when the accelerator pedal is depressed beyond the range of economical driving. The “Instant Fuel Economy” mode shows the instant fuel consumption and is updated while driving. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed” modes display average readings since the last reset. Reset the average fuel economy and the average speed by pressing THIS button on the steering wheel for more than approximately one second. You can reset any single selected mode by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. To reset “Trip A”, “Trip B”, “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed,” press the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than three seconds and all four modes will be reset at once. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information."
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Peugeot 307,adding Trip Computer
 
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How to add a Trip Computer to a Peugeot 307 that hadn`t got one , do at your own risk (but there isn`t any).www.peugeotcodes.com
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2012 NISSAN JUKE - Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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Trip Computer and Trip Odometer The Trip Computer display is located in between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the different modes by pushing the trip computer MODE switch. The trip computer modes are Trip A, Trip B, Current Fuel Consumption, Distance to Empty, Average Fuel Consumption, Elapsed Time and Torque Vectoring AWD, if so equipped. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A, and again for Trip B. Push the switch a third time to access the trip computer features. After cycling through the different trip computer modes, push the switch again to return to Trip A. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to Empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" mode will blink to alert the driver. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode displays the average fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset this mode, push and hold the MODE switch for one second. The "Elapsed Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. The "Torque Vectoring AWD" mode, if so equipped, displays the current amount of torque distributed to each wheel. You can reset the Trip B, Average Fuel Consumption and Elapsed Time modes all at once. To reset them, push and hold the MODE switch for more than three seconds. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all trip computer features.
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Citroen Xsara Trip Computer Retrofit
 
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This 2001 Citroen Xsara Hatchback is an LX model, it did not leave the factory with a trip computer. But as it has a HDi engine it has all the necessary sensors and monitoring systems in place to record the information for a trip computer. A few bits are needed to get the trip computer going in a Xsara that never had one; a trip computer display, a wiper stalk with trip computer button and a few other small bits. Its an easy enough job, the fact a wire is missing linking the wiper stalk to the BSI is a bit of a nuisance, trying to get to the BSI in a Xsara is quite ackward, do it on an Xsara and a 406 BSI is a doddle by comparison. But once its wired up and reprogrammed with a Lexia tool it should then work. Apologies about the lack of footage for the Lexia reprogramming bit, i used one of them screen recorder programs to do that part, the computer didnt seem to have saved it correctly then when i went to redo it the thing wont start up its saying "operating system not found" when its up and running again i will show how this part is done.
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Garmin GPSMAP 64 Series: Trip Computer with GPS City
 
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GPS City takes a look at the Trip Computer on the Garmin GPSMAP 64 Series. Learn how to customize data fields, change your dashboard, and much more! Subscribe to keep up with new products, and How-To guides! Connect With Us: Website and Online Store http://www.gpscity.com/gpsmap64 http://www.gpscity.ca/gpsmap64 Call Us 1-866-GPS-CITY (477-2489) Facebook http://www.facebook.com/GPSCity Twitter http://twitter.com/GPSCity
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ScanGaugeII Trip Computer
 
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Here is a look at the functions within ScanGaugeII's trip computer Distributed by Tubemogul.
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2015 NISSAN Frontier - Trip Computer (if so equipped)
 
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"The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, the display will scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are: “Trip Odometer,” “Distance to Empty,” “Average Speed,” “Average Fuel Consumption” and “Journey Time.” Your “Trip Odometers” record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second, to reset the selected trip odometer. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the “Distance to Empty” is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver’s attention. The “Average Speed” mode displays the average vehicle speed. To reset, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Average Fuel Consumption” mode shows the average fuel consumption. To reset the Average Fuel reading, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Journey Time” mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. You can reset all the trip computer modes at once – except Trip A and Distance to Empty. To reset them, just press and hold the CHANGE button for more than three seconds. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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1996 Grand Prix how to install trip computer HUD heads up display car DIY
 
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QUICK HOW TO install trip cpu IF U CAN FIND ONE
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2016 NISSAN Sentra - Trip Computer (If so equipped)
 
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"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. For information please visit https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! The Trip Computer display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER button located on the steering wheel. The trip computer modes are: ● Trip A, ● Trip B, ● ECO Pedal Indicator, ● Instant Fuel Economy, ● Distance to empty, ● Average Fuel Economy, ● Average Speed, and ● Trip Computer Reset The “Trip A” Mode measures the distance travelled of one specific trip. The “Trip B” Mode measures the distance travelled of a second specific trip. The “ECO Pedal Indicator” notifies the driver when the accelerator pedal is depressed beyond the range of economical driving. The “Instant Fuel Economy” mode shows the instant fuel consumption and is updated while driving. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed” modes display average readings since the last reset. Reset the average fuel economy and the average speed by pressing THIS button on the steering wheel for more than approximately one second. You can reset any single selected mode, by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. To reset “Trip A”, “Trip B”, “Average Fuel Economy” and “Average Speed,” press the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than three seconds and all four modes will be reset at once. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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2016 NISSAN Versa Note - Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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"For information please visit https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! This is one of the available systems for your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with a different system, see your Owner’s Manual for additional information. Your vehicle’s trip computer is located at the center of the speedometer. With the ignition switch in the ON position, push THIS switch on the steering wheel to cycle through the following modes: ● Fuel Consumption, ● Average Fuel Consumption, ● Distance to Empty, ● Average Speed, and ● Travel Time. The Fuel Consumption mode is updated continuously while driving. The Average Fuel Consumption mode is updated every 30 seconds and shows the average level of fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset this mode, push and hold THIS switch for more than one second. The Distance to Empty mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. The range is constantly being calculated based on the amount of the fuel in the fuel tank and the actual fuel consumption. The Average Fuel Consumption, Average Speed and Travel Time modes can all be reset at once by pushing and holding THIS switch for more than three seconds. This reading above the trip computer indicates the outside temperature. The odometer and twin trip odometer are located in this display to the right of the speedometer. Press THIS button to cycle between trip A and Trip B odometers, which record the distance of two individual trips. Press and hold the button for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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2015 NISSAN Versa Note - Multi-function Trip Computer (if so equipped)
 
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"This is one of the available systems for your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with a different system, see your Owner's Manual for additional information. Your vehicle's trip computer is located at the center of the speedometer. With the ignition switch in the ON position, push THIS switch on the steering wheel to cycle through the following modes: ● Fuel Consumption, ● Average Fuel Consumption, ● Distance to Empty, ● Average Speed, and ● Travel Time. The Fuel Consumption mode is updated continuously while driving. The Average Fuel Consumption mode is updated every 30 seconds and shows the average level of fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset this mode, push and hold THIS switch for more than one second. The Distance to Empty mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. The range is constantly being calculated based on the amount of the fuel in the fuel tank and the actual fuel consumption. The Average Fuel Consumption, Average Speed and Travel Time modes can all be reset at once by pushing and holding THIS switch for more than one second. This reading above the trip computer indicates the outside temperature. The odometer and twin trip odometer are located in this display to the right of the speedometer. Press THIS button to cycle between the odometer, which records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, and the trip A and Trip B odometers, which record the distance of two individual trips. Press and hold the button for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. Please see your Owner's Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
2015 NISSAN Versa Sedan - Twin Trip Odometer/Trip Computer
 
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"This is one of the available systems for your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with a different system, see your Owner's Manual for additional information. Located between the speedometer and tachometer is the Odometer, twin trip odometer and trip computer. With the ignition switch in the ON position, press the Trip odometer reset switch to cycle through the following modes: ● Odometer, ● Trip A, and Trip B odometers, ● Instant Fuel Consumption, ● Average Fuel Consumption and ● Distance to Empty (cruising range) ● Outside air temperature (if so equipped) ● and then back to Odometer To reset the Average Fuel Consumption, press and hold the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second while the Average Fuel Consumption mode is displayed. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, while trip A and Trip B odometers record the distance of two individual trips. Push and hold the Trip odometer reset switch for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. Instant fuel consumption displays the amount of fuel being used under the current driving conditions and is constantly updated. Average Fuel Consumption displays the average of all the fuel used since the last reset. The Distance to Empty mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. The range is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and the actual fuel consumption. The outside air temperature mode includes a low temperature warning feature: ● below 37°F, the outside air temperature mode is automatically selected and ICY will illuminate in order to draw the driver's attention. ● The ICY indicator will remain illuminated as long as the temperature remains below 39°F. ● Press the trip or change button to toggle to the next mode, if desired. Please see your Owner's Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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Speedo GPS Speed Tracker, Car Speedometer, Cycle Computer, Trip Computer, Route Tracking, HUD
 
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Speedo GPS is a fancy and unique combination of GPS Speedometer and Trip computer in one application. What you get when buying Speedo GPS A lot of great features built-in. Speedo GPS gather all the necessary trip/route statistics. Just start the application and Speedo GPS will automatically record your geo data longitude latitude, speed, average speed, start time, elapsed time, distance, altidute and many more. Use the Speedometer App in your car, on your bicycle, in the train or airplane or when you are walking or wander. The app will help you to log all the nessecary data of your trips. NO ADS no advertising in the app, that i guaranteed!!! Universal App Buy once and use it on your iPhone and iPad. High resolution graphics for Retina Display iPhone4, iPhone5 and new iPads. HUD Head-up display -- this cool feature is also available. Just enable HUD and put your iPhone or iPad under the windshield. The device projects the current speed to the windshield. So you are no longer distracted from looking ahead and have everything in sight. Orientation The view adapts to the orientation of the iPhone. GPS Navigation with map display You ever have the possibility to switch to the map satellite or hybrid view, so you see where you are or where you will go. Real Time Statistics Get graphical statistics about speed, average speed, altitude, average altitude. Export data Export all the recorded data via email or iTunes file sharing. CSV, XML, KML, GPX and analyse the data on your mac or pc. Please NOTE: GPS usage will dramatically reduce device battery life. Its recommend to use a charger. GPS isn't always accurate due to device hardware sensor limitations. To see the map a data connection is required. Make sure that you have location services enabled for the application. Enable it in - Settings - General - Location Services Videos: iPhone: http://youtu.be/YdOuA482SyQ iPad: http://youtu.be/It5axbiohTs HUD: http://youtu.be/xniJyVQFmSQ Speedo GPS eine großartige und einzigartige Kombination eines GPS Tachometers und einem Reise Computer in nur einer Anwendung. Was bekommt du, wenn man Speedo GPS erwirbt Eine Menge toller Features sind eingebaut. Speedo GPS sammelt alle notwendigen Reise/Routen Daten. Starte einfach die Anwendung und Speedo GPS speichert automatisch: Geo Daten Longitude, Latitude, Geschwindigkeit, Durchschnittsgeschwindigkeit, Startzeit, Vergange Zeit, Distanz, Höhe zum Meeresspiegel und vieles mehr. Benutze das App in deinem Auto, auf den Weg zur Arbeit, während deiner Fahrrad Tour, im Zug oder Flugzeug, oder beim Spazieren oder Wandern. Die App wird dir dabei helfen alle deine Reise Daten einfach zu loggen. KEINE WERBUNG Keine Werbeeinblendungen, das garantiere ich!!! Universelle App Nur einmal kaufen und auf deinem iPhone und iPad Nutzen. HD Grafik / Retina High Resolution Grafik für Retina Display iPhone4, iPhone 5 s und neu iPads. HUD Head-up Display -- dieses nützliche Feature ist ebenfalls inbegriffen. Einfach dein iPhone oder iPad unter die Windschutzscheibe legen und das Gerät projiziert die Geschwindigkeit an die Windschutzscheibe deines Autos. So sind Sie nicht mehr abgelenkt und haben alles im Blick. Video HUD: http://youtu.be/xniJyVQFmSQ Orientation Beim iPhone wird die Ansicht automatisch an Portrait oder Landschaft Modus angepasst.. GPS Navigation mit Karten Ansicht Du hast immer die Möglichkeit die Karte zu betrachten Karten, Satellit, Hybrid Ansicht, so siehst du, wo du bist und wohin du möchtest. Je nach Einstellung kannst du dich in der Karte frei bewegen oder die Kartenansicht passt sich automatisch deiner Route an. Echtzeit Statistiken Grafisch aufbereitete Echtzeit Statistiken über Geschwindigkeit, Durchschnittsgeschwindigkeit, Höche und durchschnittliche Höhe. Daten exportieren Exportiere alle aufgenommenen Daten per eMail oder iTunes File Sharing. CSV, XML, KML, GPX and Analisiere die Daten dann am MAC oder PC. Bitte beachten Sie: GPS Nutzung hat einen hohen Stromverbrauch und führt zur schnelleren Entladung des Akkus. Deshalb sollte dein Gerät am Ladegerät sein, wenn das App über einen längeren Zeitraum genutzt wird. GPS ist nicht immer akkurat, deshalb kann es zu minimalen Abweichungen kommen ist empfangsabhängig. Um die Karte zu betrachten ist eine Datenverbindung nötig. Achte darauf, das das App den Ortungsdienst nutzen kann. Diesen findest du hier: Einstellungen - Datenschutz - Ortungsdienste Videos: iPhone: http://youtu.be/YdOuA482SyQ iPad: http://youtu.be/It5axbiohTs HUD: http://youtu.be/xniJyVQFmSQ
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Trip Computer Retrofit - Peugeot 406 HDi
 
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Retrofitting a Trip computer into a 2000 Peugeot 406 HDi 90. This car has the rapier trim level which doesn't seem to come with a trip computer, there is no button on the end of the wiper stalk, however being a HDi engine all the required sensors and systems are in place for the trip computer to work, peugeot simply didn't fit the wiper stalk with a button. I thought the car would also have had the trip computer disabled in the BSI's settings but checking on the PP2000 machine revealed it was activated, if it is not activated then you would need to get someone with a PP2000 machine to activate this option, which is a quick job. Normally you would just buy a wiper stalk with the trip computer button, which go cheap on eBay or in scrapyards but i didn't want to spend any money at all, so i wired it up to work off the cigar lighter, a light press changes the mode, and a full press down resets the display. This video applies to the Pre multiplex 406s built between 1999 and mid 2001, they have the HDi engine and the "thinner" wiper and indicator stalks. On the newer multiplexed cars which have the Com2000 unit which is the indicator, wiper and clock spring combined into one unit you would have to get a different Com2000 unit. On the older 406's built between 1995-2000 and fitted with the 1.9 and 2.1 diesels wiring up a trip computer may not be possible as the older XUD engines don't have the same amount of sensors and monitors on them as the HDi engines.
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2013 Nissan  Sentra - Trip Computer - Tri-State Nissan
 
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The Trip Computer display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen.
Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER button located on the steering wheel. The trip computer modes are "Trip A", "Trip B", "Eco Pedal Guide", "Instant Fuel Economy", "Distance to empty", "Average Fuel Economy", "Average Speed", and "Trip Computer Reset" The "Trip A" Mode measures the distance travelled of one specific trip. The "Trip B" Mode measures the distance travelled of a second specific trip. The "Eco Pedal Guide" is to help improve fuel economy. The "Instant Fuel Economy" mode shows the instant fuel consumption and is updated instantly when driving. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The "Average Fuel Consumption" and "Average Speed" modes display average readings since the last reset. You can reset any single selected mode, by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. To reset "Trip A", "Trip B", "Average Fuel Consumption", and "Average Speed." Press the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than 3 seconds and all 4 modes are reset at once. http://www.tristatenissan.com/index.htm
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2014 Nissan Cube -  Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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"The Trip Computer display is located in between the tachometer and the speedometer. If so equipped, the Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the different modes by pushing the trip computer MODE switch. The trip computer modes are Trip A, Trip B, Current Fuel Consumption, Distance to Empty, Average Fuel Consumption and Average Speed. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A, and again for Trip B. Push the switch a third time to access the trip computer features. After cycling through the different trip computer modes, press the switch again to return to Trip A. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to Empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" mode will blink to alert the driver. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode displays the average fuel consumption since the last reset. The "Average Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset. To reset the "Average Speed" or the "Average Fuel Consumption" mode, push and hold the MODE switch for one second. You can reset all of the trip computer modes at once, except Trip A, Current Fuel Consumption and Distance to Empty. To reset them, push and hold the MODE switch for more than three seconds. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all trip computer features. "
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2012 NISSAN Frontier - Trip Computer
 
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Trip Computer (if so equipped) The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, the display will scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are: "Trip Odometer," "Distance to Empty," "Average Speed," "Average Fuel Consumption" and "Journey Time." Your "Trip Odometers" record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second, to reset the selected trip odometer. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver's attention. The "Average Speed" mode displays the average vehicle speed. To reset, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode shows the average fuel consumption. To reset the Average Fuel reading, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Journey Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. You can reset all the trip computer modes at once -- except Trip A and Distance to Empty. To reset them, just press and hold the CHANGE button for more than three seconds.
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2013 NISSAN Rogue - Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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Trip Computer and Trip Odometer The Trip Computer display is located in between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pushing the trip computer MODE switch. The trip computer modes are "Fuel Economy," "Average Speed," "Driving Distance," "Elapsed Time," "Range" and "Settings." The "Fuel Economy" mode shows the current fuel consumption and average fuel consumption since the last reset. The "Average Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset. The "Driving Distance" mode shows the distance driven since the last reset. The "Elapsed Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. The "Range" or "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, a warning will appear to alert the driver. The "Settings" mode allows you to select and adjust Clock, Units, Maintenance, Alarms, Language and Factory Settings. While in the Settings mode, you can access and adjust the blinking feature of the Outside Temperature Display. Turn the MODE switch until it reaches the Alarms menu, then push to select. Next, turn to the Outside Temp mode and push to select. Now, turn the switch until "OFF" appears in the display and push the switch to select. To exit the menu, push the MODE switch again. You can reset a selected item, except for Range, Current Fuel Consumption and Settings, by pushing and holding the MODE switch for less than 3 seconds. All of the trip computer modes, except Range, Current Fuel Consumption and Settings, can be reset at the same time by pushing and holding the MODE switch for more than 3 seconds. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all trip computer features. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A. Push again for Trip B. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer.
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2012 NISSAN Rogue - Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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Trip Computer and Trip Odometer The Trip Computer display is located to the left of the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pushing the trip computer MODE switch. The trip computer modes are "Fuel Economy", "Average Speed", "Driving Distance", "Elapsed Time", "Range" and "Settings". The "Fuel Economy" mode shows the current fuel consumption and average fuel consumption since the last reset. The "Average Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset. The "Driving Distance" mode shows the distance driven since the last reset. The "Elapsed Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. The "Range" or "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to Empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, a warning will appear to alert the driver. The "Settings" mode allows you to select and adjust Clock, Units, Maintenance, Alarms, Language and Factory Settings. While in the Settings mode, you can access and adjust the blinking feature of the Outside Temperature Display. Turn the MODE switch until it reaches the Alarms menu, then push to select. Next, turn to the Outside Temp mode and push to select. Now, turn the switch until "OFF" appears in the display and push the switch to select. To exit the menu, push the MODE switch again. You can reset all of the trip computer modes -- except Range and Settings, by pushing and holding the MODE switch for more than one second. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all trip computer features. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A. Push again for Trip B. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer.
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2018 Nissan Frontier - Trip Computer (if so equipped)
 
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"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. For information please visit https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, the display will scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are: “Trip Odometer,” “Distance to Empty,” “Average Speed,” “Average Fuel Consumption” and “Journey Time.” Your “Trip Odometers” record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second, to reset the selected trip odometer. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the “Distance to Empty” is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver’s attention. The “Average Speed” mode displays the average vehicle speed. To reset, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Average Fuel Consumption” mode shows the average fuel consumption. To reset the Average Fuel reading, press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Journey Time” mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. You can reset all the trip computer modes at once – except Trip A and Distance to Empty. To reset them, just press and hold the CHANGE button for more than three seconds. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information. "
2014 NISSAN Versa Sedan - Twin Trip Odometer/Trip Computer
 
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Located between the speedometer and tachometer is the Odometer, twin trip odometer and trip computer. With the ignition switch in the ON position, press the Trip odometer reset switch to cycle through the following modes: • Odometer, • Trip A, and Trip B odometers, • Instant Fuel Consumption, • Average Fuel Consumption and • Distance to Empty (cruising range) • and then back to Odometer To reset the Average Fuel Consumption, press and hold the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second while the Average Fuel Consumption mode is displayed. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, while trip A and Trip B odometers record the distance of two individual trips. Push and hold the Trip odometer reset switch for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. Instant fuel consumption displays the amount of fuel being used under the current driving conditions and is constantly updated. Average Fuel Consumption displays the average of all the fuel used since the last reset. The Distance to Empty mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. The range is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and the actual fuel consumption. Please see your Owner's Manual for more detailed information.
2012 NISSAN cube - Trip Computer and Trip Odometer
 
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Trip Computer and Trip Odometer The Trip Computer display is located in between the tachometer and the speedometer. If so equipped, the Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the different modes by pushing the trip computer MODE switch. The trip computer modes are Trip A, Trip B, Current Fuel Consumption, Distance to Empty, Average Fuel Consumption and Average Speed. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A, and again for Trip B. Push the switch a third time to access the trip computer features. After cycling through the different trip computer modes, push the switch again to return to Trip A. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to Empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" mode will blink to alert the driver. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode displays the average fuel consumption since the last reset. The "Average Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset. To reset the "Average Speed" or the "Average Fuel Consumption" mode, push and hold the MODE switch for one second. You can reset all of the trip computer modes at once, except Trip A, Current Fuel Consumption and Distance to Empty. To reset them, push and hold the MODE switch for more than three seconds. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all trip computer features.
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Adding the trip computer to the S70, V70, XC70, and 850 Volvo cars - Auto Repair Series
 
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Adding The Trip Computer 30 to 60 minutes ($15 / $35) This video will show you how to add the trip computer to your P80 Volvo. The 850, S70, V70, XC70 cars between 1993 - 2000 Trip computer function: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfEPVdHn2Q 850 Dash pad removal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TuW283v-xQ x70 Dash pad removal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTa2oubwx6M
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BAD LSD TRIP: Stuck in time Loop, Computer Simulation, Mind Control
 
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[email protected]_reality Just thought i'd share a story, didn't prepare so i was remembering things as I talked.
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2015 Infiniti Q60 - Trip Computer / Twin Trip Odometer
 
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"One of the vehicle information display modes is the Trip Computer. When this button on the right side of the instrument panel is pressed, the following modes will appear on the vehicle information display: ● MPG – Displays the current fuel consumption. ● MPG/MPH – Displays the average fuel consumption and speed since the last reset. Press and hold THIS switch for more than one second to reset both modes. ● TIME/MILES – Shows the elapsed time and total distance the vehicle has been driven since the last reset. ● RANGE – Displays the estimated Distance To Empty (DTE) the vehicle can be driven before refueling. ● OUTSIDE TEMP – Gives the exterior air temperature, including a low temperature warning feature. ● SETTING – Allows you to set reminders for alerts and maintenance intervals or change the language and units used by the system. ◦ Press this button to cycle through the various setting modes. ◦ Press this button to choose the selected menu. ● WARNINGs – If there are any. Just below the vehicle information display, you’ll find the odometer and twin trip odometer, which are displayed when the ignition switch is in the ON position. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven, while the twin trip odometer records the distance of two individual trips. You’ll see the TRIP A/B RESET switch on the left side of the instrument panel. Push it to change the display from trip A to trip B and back again. Push and hold the switch for more than one second to reset the selected odometer. For more information, on this and all of the vehicle information display features, see your Owner’s Manual. "
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2012 NISSAN Versa Sedan - Twin Trip Odometer/ Trip Computer
 
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Twin Trip Odometer/ Trip Computer (if so equipped) You will find this display feature located in the instrument panel. With the ignition switch in the ON position, press the trip computer change button to select one of the following modes: Trip A, Trip B, Odometer, Miles (MLS), MPG Average, and MPG. The twin trip odometer records the distance of two individual trips, A and B. The Odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. Miles or MLS provides an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. MPG Average displays the average fuel consumption since the last reset and MPG displays the instant fuel consumption. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more detailed information.
2018 Nissan NV Passenger Van - Trip Computer
 
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"This video is copyrighted material of Nissan North America, Inc. and should not be copied, edited, or reproduced without the permission of Nissan. For information please visit https://owners.nissanusa.com/nowners/. You will find quick reference guides and other useful information about your warranty, Bluetooth® system, and much more! Your new vehicle is equipped with a vehicle information display system that monitors a host of vehicle functions. Vehicle information is displayed in a monitor located to the left of the speedometer. Its INFO button is just to the left of the tachometer. The button has two functions. Press it to display the various information menus on the screen. Next, rotate the button to highlight a mode you want to enter. Once highlighted, press the INFO button to enter a mode, where you will be presented with another level of choices. Your Odometer records the total distance your vehicle has been driven, while the Trip Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Push this switch to move through accumulated mileage for up to two different trips. Push once for Trip A. Push again for Trip B. Push and hold for one second to reset the selected trip odometer. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations, and additional operating and feature information."
2013 NISSAN Xterra - Trip Computer
 
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The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, push the change button on the instrument cluster to scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. This is the same control used to adjust your instrument panel brightness. The trip computer modes are: • Trip A odometer • Trip B odometer • Distance to Empty • Average Speed • Average Fuel Consumption, and • Journey time The Trip A and Trip B Odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. To reset the Trip A or Trip B odometers: • Select the one you wish to reset Trip A or Trip B and • Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver's attention. The "Average Speed" mode displays the average vehicle speed since the last reset. To reset: • Select the Average Speed mode and then • Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Average Fuel Consumption" mode shows the average fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset: • Select the Average Fuel Consumption mode and then • Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The "Journey Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. To reset: • Select the Journey Time mode and then • Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. By holding the Change button for more than 3 seconds, all of the modes will be reset except for Trip A and Distance to Empty.
2013 Nissan LEAF - Trip Computer
 
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The trip computer display is in the center of the gauge cluster. The switches for the trip computer are located on the left side of the combination meter panel. Select among the modes by pushing this switch. The trip computer modes are: • Estimated Charge Time, • Energy Economy • State of Charge, • Average Vehicle Speed • Driving Distance and Elapsed Time, • Settings, and • Warning Check "Estimated Charge Time," displays the estimated time remaining until the battery is fully charged. The "Energy Economy" mode shows the average energy economy since the last reset and is updated every 30 seconds. To reset the "Average Energy Economy" mode, push and hold this switch for more than one second. The "State of Charge" indicates the percentage of the battery from 0 to 100 percent. The "Average Vehicle Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset and is updated every 30 seconds. To reset the "Average Speed," push and hold this switch for longer than one second. The "Driving Distance" mode displays the distance driven since the last reset, while "Elapsed Time" shows the time traveled since the last reset. Push this switch for more than one second to reset both modes at the same time. The Settings mode offers menus that allow you to select and adjust the Clock, Maintenance Intervals, Alarms, Units, Language, Effects and Factory settings. When using the Settings screen, this switch can be used to select a menu and this switch is used to select submenus. • The Maintenance screen lets you set reminders for different service intervals, such as tire rotations. • On the "Alarms" menu, you can set alarms to notify you about things such as time to rest or low outside temperatures. • Select the "Units" or "Language" menus to change the language and measurement units used in the system. • On the "Effects" menu, you can select the vehicle startup sound or turn the sound off. • Select "Factory Settings" to reset all values to the factory default settings. The Details option on the Warning Check screen, allows you to check on the details of the currently displayed warnings, if there are any. Please see your Owner's Manual for more information on all Trip Computer features.
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2012 NISSAN LEAF - Trip Computer
 
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Trip Computer The trip computer display is in the center of the gauge cluster. The switches for the trip computer are located on the left side of the combination meter panel. Select among the modes by pushing this switch. The trip computer modes are; "Estimated Charge Time," "Average Energy Economy and Instant Energy Economy," "Average Vehicle Speed," "Driving Distance and Elapsed Time," "Setting" and "Warning Check." "Estimated Charge Time," displays the estimated time remaining until the battery is fully charged. The "Average Energy Economy" mode shows the average energy economy since the last reset and is updated every 30 seconds. The "Instant Energy Economy" mode uses a bar graph to display the instant energy economy. To reset the "Average Energy Economy" mode, push and hold this switch for more than one second. The "Average Vehicle Speed" mode shows the average vehicle speed since the last reset and is updated every 30 seconds. To reset the "Average Speed," push and hold this switch for longer than one second. The "Driving Distance" mode displays the distance driven since the last reset, while "Elapsed Time" shows the time traveled since the last reset. Push this switch for more than one second to reset both modes at the same time. The Settings mode offers menus that allow you to select and adjust the Clock, Maintenance Intervals, Alarms, Units, Language, Effects and Factory Settings. When using the Settings screen, this switch can be used to select a menu and this switch is used to select submenus. The Maintenance screen lets you set reminders for different service intervals, such as tire rotations. On the "Alarms" menu, you can set alarms to notify you about things such as time to rest or low outside temperatures. Select the "Units" or "Language" menus to change the language and measurement units used in the system. On the "Effects" menu, you can select the vehicle startup sound or turn the sound off. Select "Factory Settings" to reset all values to the factory default settings. The Details option on the Warning Check screen, allows you to check on the details of the currently displayed warnings. Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more information on all Trip Computer features.
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Using the Trip Computer - Twin Trip Odometers on your 2014 Nissan Pathfinder from Byerly Nissan
 
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click http://www.byerlynissan.com or call (502) 448-8222 The Trip Computer can be shown in the vehicle information display when the ignition switch is placed in the ACC or ON position. To show the trip computer, Select Settings and press enter. Then select "Main Menu Selection" and check the "Trip Computer" box. The Trip Computer displays: • Average Fuel Consumption • Average Speed • Distance to Empty • Journey Time The Average Fuel Consumption shows the average fuel consumption since the last reset. The Average speed displays the average vehicle speed since the last reset. The "Distance to Empty" provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. When the fuel level is low, the "Distance to Empty" is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver's attention. The "Journey Time" shows the time traveled since the last reset. To reset the Average Fuel Consumption, Average Speed, Distance to Empty and Journey Time: • Press THIS button until the trip computer mode is displayed, • Then press the button again and hold it for more than 1.5 seconds. The "Trip Odometers" record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. The odometer and the twin trip odometers are displayed below the Vehicle Information Display when the ignition switch is placed in the ACC or ON position. The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. The twin trip odometer records the distance of individual trips. To change the display, push the TRIP RESET button on the right side of the instrument panel to scroll through the trip odometers. Hold the TRIP RESET button for more than a second to reset the currently displayed odometer to zero. Please see your Owner's Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. Since 1944 Byerly has been proudly serving the Louisville and Southern Indiana areas with great cars and great service. It's a part of the reason that Nobody Beats a Byerly Deal and why we're number one in customer satisfaction in Kentucky. Byerly Nissan..Its that easy!
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2014 NISSAN Sentra - Trip Computer
 
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"The Trip Computer display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. The Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER button located on the steering wheel. The trip computer modes are: • Trip A, • Trip B, • ECO Pedal Indicator, • Instant Fuel Economy, • Distance to empty, • Average Fuel Economy, • Average Speed, and • Trip Computer Reset The "Trip A" Mode measures the distance travelled of one specific trip. The "Trip B" Mode measures the distance travelled of a second specific trip. The "ECO Pedal Indicator" notifies the driver when the accelerator pedal is depressed beyond the range of economical driving. The "Instant Fuel Economy" mode shows the instant fuel consumption and is updated while driving. The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and the actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The "Average Fuel Economy" and "Average Speed" modes display average readings since the last reset. You can reset any single selected mode, by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. To reset "Trip A", "Trip B", "Average Fuel Economy" and "Average Speed," press the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than three seconds and all four modes will be reset at once. "
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2012 NISSAN Sentra - Trip Computer
 
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Trip Computer (if so equipped) If your vehicle is equipped with a Trip Computer, the display is located in-between the tachometer and the speedometer. If so equipped, the Outside Temperature gauge can also be found on this display screen. Select among the modes by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button. The trip computer modes are "Distance to Empty," "Instant Fuel Economy," "Average Fuel Consumption," "Average Speed" and "Journey Time." The "Distance to Empty" mode provides you with an estimate of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption, with updates every 30 seconds. The "Instant Fuel Economy" mode shows the current fuel consumption and is updated continuously while driving. The "Average Fuel Consumption" and "Average Speed" modes display average readings since the last reset. The "Journey Time" mode shows the time traveled since the last reset. You can reset a selected mode, by pressing the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than one second. You can reset all the trip computer modes at once -- except Trip A and Distance to Empty, by pressing and holding the TRIP COMPUTER CHANGE button for more than three seconds.
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Speed Tracker. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer. iPhone & iPad App
 
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Speed Tracker is the most elegant and unique combination of GPS speedometer and Trip computer in just one application. Available in iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/speed-tracker.-most-accurate/id405239907 Speed Tracker is YOUR answer to the eternal questions: What is my speed? What distance have I covered? How much time did I spend from work to home? How to share my trips with friends and relatives? With lots of features built-in, Speed Tracker will help you to gather all the necessary trip statistics. Just start the application and it will automatically record your speed, time, distance, heading, elevation and many more. Universal App. Buy it once and use on iPhone and iPad. Retina display graphics for iPhone4, iPhone 5 and new iPad. HUD Head-up display -- outstanding feature available ONLY in Speed Tracker application. Just enable HUD and put your iPhone or iPad under the windshield. Specially designed HUD interface will display the most accurate speed right on the windshield. GPS Navigator The build-in GPS navigator will help you not to get lost. You can always switch to navigation mode and check your current position on the map together with the track you've already traveled in Satellite or Hybrid view. Trip Log You don't remember the trip or how much time does it take to visit your friends or the distance to your office? - Trip Log will help you! Trip Log records and saves the information within the application. You can easily have the access to ALL the trips with just one click. Inside the Trip Log you can check the trip on the map, see the speed, average speed, maximum speed, distance, total time and the detailed speed graph. Don't want to get lost in all the trips you have? Just name them the way you like. Want to share your driving experience or just compare your every day trips? With Trip Computer it's easy as A, B, C. Export all the trips in available formats (CSV, KML, GPX) or even share with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or via email. Trip Computer Track important trip statistics in real time. Average and Maximum speed, distance covered, moving and stopped time. Dashboard Display Layout. Designed exclusively for iPad big screen it shows all the important trip information at a glance on a single screen and supports both portrait and landscape orientation. Full screen GPS Navigator Map mode is also available. Landscape mode allows you to mount your device horizontally on your car dashboard. If you prefer seeing things at a wider angle than you find new landscape mode especially useful and practical. Scalable Speedometer Dial Speed Tracker features unique scalable speedometer dial. Select the maximum possible speed for your vehicle and watch your speed with greater precision either you are on a plain, train, car, bike, boat or bicycle. Statistics All the aggregated data from the very first trip will be saved in one single place. Automatic Stop Detection Automatically identify either you are moving or standing and calculate your average speed basing on that. Generate trip report showing travel and stoppage time separately.
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2015 Nissan NV200 - Trip Computer
 
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"The trip computer display is in the speedometer. When the ignition is turned ON, push the change button on the instrument cluster to scroll through all the modes of the trip computer. The trip computer modes are: ● Trip A odometer ● Trip B odometer ● Instant fuel economy ● Average Fuel Consumption, and ● Distance to empty The Trip A and Trip B odometers record the distance your vehicle has been driven since the last reset. Your odometers can record and display the distance driven on two separate trips by selecting Trip A or Trip B. To reset the Trip A or Trip B odometers: ● Select the one you wish to reset Trip A or Trip B and ● Press and hold the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Instant fuel economy” mode shows the fuel economy during that moment. The “Average Fuel Consumption” mode shows the average fuel consumption since the last reset. To reset: ● Select the Average Fuel Consumption mode and then ● Press the CHANGE button for more than one second. The “Distance to Empty” mode provides you with an estimation of the distance that can be driven before refueling. Distance to empty is constantly being calculated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and actual fuel consumption. When the fuel level is low, the “Distance to Empty” is automatically selected and blinks to get the driver’s attention. By holding the Change button for more than 3 seconds, all of the modes will be reset except for Trip A and Distance to Empty. Please see your Owner’s Manual for important safety information, system limitations and additional operating information. "
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