MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY <STANDARD METER>



In the multi-information display, the followings are displayed; "Odometer", "TRIP A", "TRIP B", "Meter illumination control", "Driving range", "Average fuel consumption", "AS&G status", "Outside temperature and frost warning", "Service reminder*".
note
  • *: Is not displayed during driving.

METER ILLUMINATION CONTROL



The brightness of the combination meter can be adjusted in eight stages (LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 8) by pushing the meter information switch when the meter is illuminated. Current illumination level will be displayed each time the meter information switch is pushed. The illumination level can be changed by operating the meter information switch according to specified procedure *. The brightness of each brightness level is as described in the table below.
note The brightness can be set separately for the daytime and nighttime. The configured information is stored in the RAM. In the initial setting of brightness, the daytime is set at LEVEL 8 and the nighttime is set at LEVEL 7.

BRIGHTNESS LEVEL TABLE


Brightness level
Dial brightness
Pointer brightness
LCD display brightness
Day
Night
Day
Night
Day
Night
LEVEL 8
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
35%
LEVEL 7
90%
58.8%
90%
58.8%
90%
19%
LEVEL 6
81%
34.3%
81%
34.3%
81%
10.4%
LEVEL 5
71%
20.3%
71%
20.3%
71%
5.5%
LEVEL 4
61%
11.8%
61%
11.8%
61%
3.1%
LEVEL 3
51%
6.8%
51%
6.8%
51%
1.6%
LEVEL 2
42%
3.8%
42%
3.8%
42%
0.7%
LEVEL 1
32%
2.3%
32%
2.3%
32%
0.3%

DRIVING RANGE DISPLAY



Calculates current driving range possible on the remaining fuel and displays it on the multi-information display.
note Possible driving range displayed is only for guide.

AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION DISPLAY



Calculates average fuel consumption since the last reset and displays it on the multi-information display.

RESET MODE


There are two reset modes; manual reset mode and auto reset mode. In the manual reset mode, the driver can reset it at any time by operating the meter information switch. In the auto reset mode, the calculation will be reset without operating the meter information switch when four hours elapse since the last ignition switch turning off.

Change unit for trip computer



A long press of the meter information switch will change unit displayed while the average fuel consumption is displayed.

AS&G STATUS <VEHICLES WITH AS&G SYSTEM>



Displays the time from the engine stop, which the AS&G system activates, until the engine restarts.

OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE AND FROST WARNING



Informs the driver how the road condition is. While the frost warning is being triggered, the buzzer will sound and the indicator will illuminate or flash to alert the driver.

Change unit for outside temperature



Displayed unit (Celsius and Fahrenheit) can be switched over by pressing and holding the meter information switch while the outside temperature and frost warning screen is being displayed.

SERVICE REMINDER




When the inspection interval (alert start point in table below) is due in accordance with the predetermined schedule (see table below), the service reminder indicator will be displayed when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position. However, even if the warning condition is met, the indicator does not display immediately. It illuminates next time when the ignition switch is turned ON. The impending inspection interval can be displayed by changing the LCD section by the meter information switch. The service reminder indicator will go off when it is reset by operating the meter information switch according to the specified procedure *, or the warning criteria (end point) shown in the table below is satisfied.
note
  • *: For details about the meter information switch special operation, refer to the Workshop Manual.

SCHEDULE TABLE


Schedule
Warning type
Warning criteria
Normal
Elapsed time (month)
Every 12 elapsed months
Driving distance (miles)
Every 12,500 miles of driving distance
Driving distance (km)
Every 20,000 km of driving distance

WARNING CRITERIA (WARNING START AND END POINTS)


Elapsed time
Driving distance (km)
Driving distance (miles)
Warning start point
Warning end point
Warning start point
Warning end point
Warning start point
Warning end point
-30 days
+30 days
- 500 km
+500 km
- 300 miles
+300 miles