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Located on the right side of the Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) is the Driver Information Center (DIC) switches. The DIC switches allow the driver to change display functions and customize electrical features. Located in the DIC is the ambient light sensor.
The ambient light sensor provides the IPC with ambient light information for interior light dimming; this information is also sent out on the serial data line to systems also responsible for dimming functions. By selecting the appropriate button on the DIC, the DIC allows the driver to perform the following functions:
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By pressing the FUEL 1 button on the DIC, the following fuel information will be displayed:
DIC Fuel Display
By pressing the GAUGE. 2 button on the DIC, the following information will be displayed:
DIC Gauge Display
TRANS FLUID (Auto trans)
FRONT (Tire Pressure)
REAR (Tire pressure)
By pressing the TRIP 3 button on the DIC, the following information will be displayed:
DIC Trip Display
OIL LIFE REMAIN
The following vehicle options may be customized by pressing the OPTIONS button until the desired option feature is displayed. Then press the RESET button to change the functions of that option:
By pressing the E/M 5 button on the DIC, the IPC will change the unit of measurement (from English to Metric).
By pressing the RESET button on the DIC, the following functions may be performed: