Feature Settings Menu Items

The following are customization features that allow you to program settings to the vehicle.

Display In English

This feature will only display if a language other than English has been set. This feature allows for changing the language of the DIC messages back to English.

Press the customization button until the Press screen appears on the DIC display. To Display In English screen appears on the DIC display.

Press the set/reset button once to select English as the language in which all DIC messages will appear.

Display Language

This feature allows you to select the language in which the DIC messages will appear.

Press the customization button until the Display Language screen appears on the DIC display. Press the set/reset button once to access the settings for this feature. Then press the menu up/down button to scroll through the following settings.

English (default): All messages will appear in English.

Deutsch: All messages will appear in German.

Italiano: All messages will appear in Italian.

Francais: All messages will appear in French.

Espanol: All messages will appear in Spanish.

Portuguese: All messages will appear in Portuguese.

Arabic: All messages will appear in Arabic.

Chinese: All messages will appear in Chinese.

Japanese: All messages will appear in Japanese.

No Change: No change will be made to this feature. The current setting will remain.

To select a setting, press the set/reset button while the desired setting is displayed on the DIC.

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