The Easter Egg / EVIC / Hidden Menu

 

With the car turned to the ignition on position  or with the engine running, press the musical note button and the compass button on the steering wheel simultaneously and hold them down

You will be rewarded with a series of extra menus that vary depending on the year of the vehicle and the model/options. You could be lucky and have the 0 to 60 timer and best time memory, whick I have found very accurate when using stock 18inch or 20 inch wheels and tyres

 

The Up and Down arrow buttons moves you through the screens.

 

To Exit, just hit the compass key or the page key. (I have found that his option will reopen on every start up until you exit)

 

Here is a list of information that you can access and in some cases change

 

Screen 1

Version Date 

Version Number

Part Number

 

Screen 2

Speed] {RPM}

Engine Temperature

Battery Voltage

 

Screen 3

TempAVG -  value in degrees F or degrees C Averaged temperature from raw sensor readings

TempRAW - value in degrees F or degrees C Raw temperature sensor value (live)

Last line, seems to be time counters which might be used in the averaging program.

First number counts up in seconds when the car is in motion. The second number counts up much faster when the car is in motion.??

Available Actions:

▸ Resets Average

 

Screen 4

Compass Raw -  value in degrees Raw compass reading in degrees from magnetic north

Oil Press - Oil pressure value in PSI (THS IS A SET VALUE ON THE CRDs AND DOES NOT CHANGE)

Pdl Pos -  percentage value.  Accelerator pedel position in % 0 to100%

 

Screen 5

MinL - A sensor value associated with the left fuel tank, uncertain what it measures.

MinR - A sensor value associated with the right fuel tank, uncertain what it measures.

Lt - Current left fuel tank volume in PINTS (i.e. value divided by 8 = gallons)

Rt - Current right fuel tank volume in PINTS (i.e. value divided by 8 = gallons)

19g - Full tank capacity, 19 gallons.

Avg - Average value of total fuel volume in PINTS (i.e. value divided by 8 = gallons)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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