The trip opometer can be reset and doesn't change the odometer. The trip opometer can be reset and doesn't change the odometer. An odometer is a continual counter of distance and a trip odometer measures from point A to B and can be reset.
You can only restart the trip odometer. There usually is a button on the instrument cluster that brings up the trip odometer or the regular odometer. Once you have the trip odometer showing just hold down that button for a few seconds and it will reset the trip odometer back to zero.
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See Odometer on page 3-45 of your "Owner's Manual", under Section 3: Instrument Panel - Driver Information Center (DIC) - Trip/Fuel Menu Items.....
I am going to take a 138 mile trip so how much gas would I get out of a 1994 chevorlet cavalier or how much money would it take for gas
The speedometer is wired to a VSS. If it has failed then the unit will need to be replaced. Odometer and trip meter are wired into the same fuse and should be checked. If the fuse is blown the odometers will not work.
You cannot reset the odometer in your car, however you can reset your trip odometer.
The Trip Odometer is normally reset by pushing and holding the reset button in. The odometer can not be reset.
Either trip odometer 1 or 2 must have miles on it. 1. With car key in position I, push in the trip odometer reset and hold. The trip odometer (either 1 or 2) will zero. 2. With trip odometer reset still pushed in, move car key to position II. 3. After the series of start up indicators are finished, you will see the original mileage that was on the trip odometer before you pushed the reset. Release the trip odometer button and turn the key to the off position.
On the 4.7 liter 2007 Tundra: Put the trip odometer to "A" Trip. Then with key OFF, push trip odometer button and hold it. Turn key to "ON" but do not start the engine. The Odometer should flash a series of dashes. That's it, you are reset.
Just bought a 2006 and there is knob sticking out of the display at the top right that you push in and it changes the display from the odometer to the trip meter. The information is apparently stored in the PCM and however their is a memory in the instrument cluster itself.