Hyundai Venue: Speedometer & Tachometer / Outside temperature gauge

Hyundai Venue (QX) (2020-2021) Owners Manual / Instrument Cluster / Gauges and Meters / Speedometer & Tachometer / Outside temperature gauge

Hyundai Venue. Outside temperature gauge

This gauge indicates the current outside air temperature by 1°F (1°C).

-- Temperature range: -40°F ~ 140°F (40°C ~ 60°C)

Note that the temperature indicated on the LCD display may not change as quickly as the outside temperature (there may be a slight delay before the temperature changes.)

You can change the temperature unit from °F to °C or °C to °F in the User Settings mode in the cluster:

-- Go to User Settings Mode → Other → Temperature Unit.

For vehicles equipped with Automatic Climate Control, you can also:

-- Press and hold the AUTO and OFF buttons on the climate control unit for 3 seconds

Both the temperature unit on the cluster LCD display and climate control screen will change.

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