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Old 14th August 2019, 09:00   #11
Dorchester2
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In addition to the delining @Rick-Sta of his own movement did activate the digital speedo display. Brilliant idea!

It helps me now saving a lot of money because it makes the task harder to those bl..dy radars!!!
Digital speedo and speed limit are 2 essential features in my 75 nowadays in France at least...
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Old 15th August 2019, 03:44   #12
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Good Information!
After having a digital speed readout on my old Freelander I have been missing it on the ZT. Does it have a digital time of day readout as well?

I will have to break out TOAF on the weekend and give it a go.
I have been meaning to reset the service interval indicator so may as well
make this a two birds one stone project.
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