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Old 09-20-2013, 10:41 PM
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How to Reset Trip Odometer

I have a rental 2014 GC Limited with the 8.4 system. I have been through the owners manual in the glove box and just sat for 15 minutes in the vehicle trying to figure out how to reset the trip odometer. A basic function like this shouldn't be so difficult, unless I'm missing something obvious.
How do I reset it? I've searched this forum and came up with nothing.
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Re: How to Reset Trip Odometer

If you look at the EVIC, it says press and hold OK to reset trip odo. So, you can switch to the trip you want to reset (trip A or B), then hold OK until it resets.
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Re: How to Reset Trip Odometer

Thanks, it was oh so obvious that I didn't see it.
Wondering, how do I turn off the horn when setting the alarm. I have that feature disabled on my '05 Ram and '08 Charger. The limited print manual I have doesn't address the issue.
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Re: How to Reset Trip Odometer

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Thanks, it was oh so obvious that I didn't see it.
Wondering, how do I turn off the horn when setting the alarm. I have that feature disabled on my '05 Ram and '08 Charger. The limited print manual I have doesn't address the issue.
Don't know. Since most 2014 JGCs have the "double-press" (requires two button-pressing) or "triple-press" issue, I think it's better to leave the horn on. Otherwise you might think the alarm is set but actually it was not.
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Re: How to Reset Trip Odometer

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Thanks, it was oh so obvious that I didn't see it.
Wondering, how do I turn off the horn when setting the alarm. I have that feature disabled on my '05 Ram and '08 Charger. The limited print manual I have doesn't address the issue.
It's in the Uconnect settings.
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It's in the Uconnect settings.
Found it and turned it off for both the key fob and using the door button. Unnecessary noise to me.
My rental must be an early '14 as it has 15k miles on it. In eco mode i find the transmission off the line is sluggish yet in sport mode it doesn't feel a whole lot different. It's like something is holding the car back in sport mode. The tranny must need some software updates.
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