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Jay Pacquing

Instrument display question - 2005 Cayenne Turbo

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I recently pick up this Cayenne and can't figure out what this setting means.... I know it's not my speed since that's displayed in yellow below.  Any help for this newbie is greatly appreciated.  Thanks!  -Jay

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Your photo cut off the top screen label but that looks like the basic screen display.

 

You can find more information in your Owners Manual starting on page 79.

"Information about range on remaining fuel, average speed, compass, navigation, tire pressure, or access to main menu."

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I also believe that is the average speed. It can be reset the same as the average MPG or trip Odometer. And it is low (18mph) so you need to drive faster :)

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hahaha.... yeah, I guess I do have to drive it faster.  :eek: 

I tried looking it up myself in a owner's manual .pdf file but the one I had seem to refer to the other type of display (monochromatic).  Anyway, thanks for the replies.... it's much appreciated!

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