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I reset the tripometer on my 400 last weekend when I fueled up. After refueling today, I attempted to do the same without success. As best I recall, I simply held the left button in and the counter reset to "0". Since I got home, I have tried multiple times using a variety of button combinations without any luck. Could this be a glitch of some sort? Everything else electrical on the dash - mpg, ODO, temp indicator, etc. - seems to work just fine. :confused: Starting to feel like a real moron being tripped up by something so simple. :disgust:
 

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I'll give that a try. I could have sworn it was the left one but obviously I was wrong since it is not working lol.
 

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:confused::confused::confused: Broke down and checked the Owners Manual to check the procedure. It indicated holding down the ADJ button for 2 seconds to reset the trip meter. It absolutely does not work for me. It did a week ago Friday but not now. I went through the fuse list and none seems to independently control that function & all the other functions are working normally. angry9:
 

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Are you sure you are on the trip meter and not the regular odometer?

Bill
 

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Yep, neither A nor B will reset. And when I let out on the button a bit, it switches to the next item in the rotation (Trip B or ODO depending on which one I was trying to reset). I hate to go to the dealer for such a silly issue, but having a working trip meter makes it much easier to keep up with expected miles per tank when I reset at fill-up.
 

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If your display cycles through ODO1/2 and the odometer when you press the button, it sounds like you are pressing the SEL button. Try pressing and holding the ADJ button (the right button). It will reset your currently selected display. If that doesn't work, you have something flaky going on with your EDM or button wiring.
 

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Thanks Chatman, I will try the rght button only when I get home this evening. When I tried both buttons together, it brought up the clock programming option. I just cannot get past the fact that I reset it just fine at my prior fill-up without even thinking about it but now I have been struggling with this for 3 days. If I cannot get this reset with the buttons, anyone know how to test the wiring to try to figure out what the problem might be? Thanks!
 

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:banghead::banghead::banghead: So apparently I am a huge idiot - had the SEL and ADJ buttons confused - thought SEL was on the right and ADJ on the left. DUH!!!! Just got my trip meters reset. Hopefully once is enough to learn this lesson. ;)

Thanks for the assist and the patience!!! :D
 

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Nothing like doing something embarrassing to teach us all lessons, eh? I've done the same thing.
 

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Thanks for the kind and supportive words!
 

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Nothing seems to be as easy as it used to be... all these electronics combine to confuse us normal folk !
Give me a mechanical trip meter anytime like on my '52 Sunbeam.

Jim
 
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