Setting the alarm-level engine speed

1. Push the trip knob to select REV on the combination meter.

2. When the trip knob is pushed for more than 2 seconds, the thousands place flashes.

2. When the trip knob is pushed for more than 2 seconds, the thousands place flashes.

3. Release your finger from the trip knob once, then push and hold the trip knob again. The number will change sequentially from 2 to 7. Release your finger at the desired alarm-level engine speed.

4. When the trip knob is pushed, the hundreds place flashes.

4. When the trip knob is pushed, the hundreds place flashes.

5. Release your finger from trip knob once, then push and hold the trip knob again. The number will change sequentially from 0 to 9. Release your finger at the desired alarm-level engine speed.

6. When the trip knob is pushed, the buzzer sounds and the REV alarm system will automatically enter its new setting mode (step 7 below), in which you can activate or deactivate the buzzer.

<Selectable engine speed range>
The alarm-level engine speed can be set (in 100 rpm steps) within the range from 2,000 rpm to 7,000 rpm.

7. Every time that the trip knob is pushed and held, the buzzer changes to activate or deactivate.

7. Every time that the trip knob is pushed and held, the buzzer changes to activate or deactivate.

b on: Activated
b off: Deactivated

When the mode is changed to activate, the buzzer sounds.

8. Push the trip knob to complete the setting procedure.

NOTE
The REV alarm system does not operate while settings are being entered.

The speed-setting mode terminates if --00 rpm is selected.

The speed-setting mode is canceled if the ignition switch is turned from ON to OFF, OFF to ON, or the vehicle starts moving before the setting procedure is finished.

Setting the speed is impossible when the vehicle is moving.

The set engine speed may differ from the engine speed shown by the tachometer. Use the engine speed shown by the tachometer as a rough guide.

If the setting operation is performed with the engine switch turned off, the REV indicator light turns off and the setting operation is aborted when you have stopped the setting operation for approximately 10 seconds.

If the setting operation is performed with the engine switch turned off, the REV indicator light turns off and the setting operation is aborted when you open and close the drivers door.

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