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Chevrolet Sonic Owner's Manual: DIC Operation and Displays

The DIC has different displays which can be accessed by using the DIC buttons on the turn signal lever on the left side of the steering wheel. The DIC displays trip, fuel, and warning messages if a system problem is detected. See Trip Computer  and Vehicle Messages.

DIC Buttons

1. SET/CLR: Press to set or clear the menu item displayed. This is not used to


1. SET/CLR: Press to set or clear the menu item displayed. This is not used to reset the trip odometer. To reset the trip odometer, use the reset button on the tachometer in the instrument cluster.

2. through the menu items. (Band): Turn the band to scroll
through the menu items.

3. MENU: Press to display the DIC menus. This button is also used to return to or exit the last screen displayed on the DIC.

Information Displays
Driver Information Center (DIC) The DIC displays information about your vehicle. It also displays warning messages if a system problem is detected. See Vehicle Messages. All messages appear in th ...

DIC Menu Items
Press MENU to view the DIC menus. Some items display in the upper display area, some in the lower display area, and others use both the upper and lower display areas. Use to scroll through the me ...

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