my readings on temperature went to celius.how do i get it get back to farenheit

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Asked by Nov 09, 2014 at 06:29 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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69,605

Insrtuction,s on how to do this are in the owner,s manual if you have one.

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i looked in manual,it does not say how to reset it

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Give me a few minute,s ile see what i can find.

69,605

1)Insert key into igintion,turn key to the on position without starting car,2)Press the reset button and information button at same time on the control panel,you will enter menu,from there scroll through the menu untill you find ,english/metric setting,from there select english.Then exit,or turn key off,it will be set.

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