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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

1. Perform the preparation steps according to "Preparation for initialization"

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

2. Operate the " " or " " switch to select the "Lifetime Fuel Consumption Resetting" item. Then push the button.

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

3. The system will prompt a Yes/No dialogue ("No" is selected first). To reset the lifetime fuel consumption, select "Yes" by operating the "  " switch.

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

4. Confirm the setting by pushing the button.

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

5. Reconfirmation will be displayed. If you are sure you want to proceed, select "Yes" by operating the " " switch.

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

6. Confirm the setting again by pushing the button.

Lifetime fuel consumption resetting

7. The system will notify you that the setting is complete.

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1. Perform the preparation steps according to "Preparation for initialization" 2. Operate the " " or "  " switch to select the "Reset to Defaults" item. Then push the  button. ...

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