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Old 08-24-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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Hi, my name is Henk, and I have my 2010 Mustang now in Amsterdam NL since 1 week on the road.
its a great experience to drive this muscle car in Europe, and still more or less unique.
I've one problem only, I cannot set the miles and temp. Fahrenheit, and other settings to metric.
The manual says press menu, set and so on, but my Pony does not have these 3 setting buttons.
Is ther somebody who can give me any direction.
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Old 08-24-2011, 10:21 PM   #2
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Re: Instrument settings

they are not to the right of the instrument cluster .. to the left of the hazard buttons on the top?
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Re: Instrument settings

Thanks for your soon reply,

Sorry, nope, nothing to find on the spot you mentioned

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Re: Instrument settings

so you dont see the setup/info/reset buttons as listed below?

Many Ford vehicles offer a digital readout for the temperature inside and outside of the vehicle, and the distance you have remaining before you must refuel and your total distance traveled. If you prefer the Metric system over the English system you may change it by adjusting your vehicles settings. Changing the settings only takes a few minutes.


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Locate the "Setup" button between "Info" and "Reset" in the instrument cluster. The instrument cluster is usually located above the radio.

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Press the "Setup" button until the screen reads "Units."

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Press the "Reset" button to change all of the readout settings on your Ford from English to Metric. Once you press the "Reset" button you will notice the readouts for the mileage, refuel warning and temperature have changed. The setting will remain Metric unless you follow the above steps and change it to English.
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Thanks so much, now its almost midnight, so I am going to try it tomorrow
And let you know.
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Thanks so much, now its almost midnight, so I am going to try it tomorrow
And let you know.
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Thanks again, for your lead.

This is however exactly the problem I have.

None of these buttons are on the dashboard of my Pony.
The instructions in the manual are the same as you told me, but my I cannot find a menu, set or reset button in the
Entire car.
i even looked under the seat, (haha)

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