Speedometer and Odometer
Your speedometer lets you see your speed in both
miles per hour (mph) and kilometers per hour (km/h).
Your odometer shows how far your vehicle has
been driven, in either miles (used in the United States)
or kilometers (used in Canada).
Your vehicle has a tamper-resistant odometer. You may
wonder what happens if your vehicle needs a new
odometer installed. If possible, the new one has to be
set to the same reading the old one had. If it cannot be,
then it is set at zero and a label must be put on the
driver?s door to show the old mileage reading and when
the new odometer was installed.
A trip odometer can tell how far you have driven since
you last set it back to zero. To reset it, push the
reset button. The trip odometer is reset through the
Driver Information Center (DIC) if your vehicle is
equipped with this feature. See DIC Controls and
Displays on page 3-46 for more information.
The tachometer tells
you how fast the engine
is running. It displays
engine speed in
thousands of revolutions
per minute (rpm).
Notice: If you operate the engine with the
tachometer in the shaded warning area, your vehicle
could be damaged, and the damages would not
be covered by your warranty. Do not operate
the engine with the tachometer in the shaded