Trip 1 & 2

Trip 1 & 2  - Message center - Instrument Cluster - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

Press the right arrow on the left steering wheel mounted button when trip 1 & 2 is selected. The boxes in the upper right corner of the screen indicate that there are multiple screens that you can navigate through.

Each press of the right arrow will navigate to the next screen until the last screen is reached. The white highlighted box indicates which of the screens you are currently viewing:

Choose the standard or enhanced display. See the Settings chart following to reach the trip display settings.

Standard trip display

Х Trip distance Ч shows the accumulated trip distance.

Х Trip distance Ч shows the accumulated trip distance.
Х Elapsed trip time Ч timer stops when the vehicle is turned off and restarts when the vehicle is restarted.

Enhanced trip display

Х Trip distance Ч shows the accumulated trip distance.

Х Trip distance Ч shows the accumulated trip distance.
Х Average fuel economy Ч shows the average fuel economy for a given trip.
Х Estimated amount of fuel consumed Ч shows the amount of fuel used for a given trip.
Х Elapsed trip time Ч timer stops when the vehicle is turned off and restarts when the vehicle is restarted.

Press OK to pause the Trip 1 or 2 screen. Press again to un-pause.

Press and hold OK to reset the currently displayed trip information.

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