2014 Volkswagen EOS - Volkswagen Information System (9 pages)

Posted on 8 Feb, 2015 by Independent
Model: 2014 Volkswagen EOS
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Manual Description
In this section you'll find information about, when the ignition is switched on, you can display different types of information instrument, cluster and control certain vehicle features, the control buttons are on the right side of multi-function steering wheel.

The number of menus in the instrument cluster display depends on the electronics equipment, an authorized Volkswagen dealer or an authorized Volkswagen Service Facility may be able add, modify functions depending your vehicle's equipment, some menu items can only be accessed when the vehicle not moving.

As long as a priority 1 warning message is displayed, no menus can be accessed, menus, acknowledge the warning by pressing the OK button on multi-function steering wheel, radio or Navigation system ⇒ booklet Radio ⇒ booklet Navigation system, mobile phone package ⇒ booklet Mobile Phone Package.

Driving on today's roads demands the full attention of the driver at all times, never access menus when vehicle moving, emergency starting and starting the engine with a very weak vehicle battery after vehicle, battery has been replaced may change or delete system settings (including time, date, and programming).

 Please first read and note the introductory information heed WARNINGS, the instrument cluster display is divided into 3 parts, ▪ - mph (digital speed display), audio ⇒ booklet Radio ⇒ booklet Navigation system.

The instrument cluster menus are controlled with buttons on the right side steering wheel, push the OK button on the right side of the multi-function steering wheel until main menu appears, push buttons # or ∃ to move to another main menu, and push the arrow up down buttons , and  to navigate inside the current main menu.

Arrow down button  to navigate to MFI data submenu, press the OK button to display submenu items, settings main menu, press the OK button to display items available under MFI data submenu, some menus are used to select settings for certain features.

The selected menu item is located between the 2 horizontal lines, push the OK button select setting, via menu: Use the arrow down button  to select Back then press, for operation with multi-function steering wheel: Press .

Information displays on the navigation system (if applicable), when destination guidance is active, turn arrows and proximity bars are shown, if destination guidance is inactive, driving direction (compass function) and the current street name displayed, information and settings of mobile phone package.

Turn the Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) off, this menu item is only displayed when warning or information messages are available, messages is shown in the display, includes the Convenience and Lights & Vision submenus.

As well as many settings such as time, speed warning, number of the trip memory is shown at the upper right display, the trip memories are in addition to the trip odometer, which is displayed in the bottom part, instrument cluster and controlled using the  button on the right of the instrument panel ⇒ fig.

To display the distance driven on trips 1 and 2, select the Route item in the MFI menu, to manually reset a trip memory zero, the memory accumulates and stores information about distance driven, and fuel used from the time the ignition was switched on until time it.

If the ignition stays off for 2 hours or more, stored information is automatically deleted, was switched off, the new values added, the memory displays and stores the accumulated driving and fuel consumption data of any number of single trips up to a total driving time, hours and 59 minutes, and up to a total distance 9,999 miles.

Is automatically cleared and starts again 0, the following displays can be accessed in the MFI menu if enabled under Settings > MFI data, displays that are not enabled will not appear.

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