Instrument panel with Peugeot connect media navigation (NG4 3D) type 3

Dials

Dials

1. Rev counter.

Indicates the speed of rotation of the engine (x 1000 rpm).

2. Coolant temperature.

Indicates the temperature of the engine coolant (° Celsius).

3. Fuel level.

Indicates the quantity of fuel remaining in the tank.

4. Vehicle speed.

Indicates the current speed of the moving vehicle (km/h or mph).

5. Small screen.
6. Central screen.
7. Control button.

Starts a manual CHECK and recalls the service information.

Resets the function to zero (trip distance recorder or service indicator).

8. Instrument panel lighting button.

Adjusts the brightness of the lighting of the instruments and controls.

the section on the button or function and its associated display. For more information, refer to the section on the button or function and its associated display.

Displays

A. Trip distance recorder.

A. Trip distance recorder.

(miles or km) B. Distance recorder.

(miles or km).

C. Engine oil level indicator, service indicator.

(miles or km)

These two functions are displayed when the ignition is switched on, then disappear after a few seconds.

The following functions are displayed depending on the selection.

- Warning lamps / CHECK.
- Tyre under-inflation detection.
- Speed limiter / Cruise control.
- Gear shift indicator.
- 6-speed electronic gear control or automatic gearbox.
- Navigation - Guidance / Trip computer.
- Vehicle and screen parameter settings menus.
- Alert messages.

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