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A22 speedo calibrate


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Need help setting the speed on 2011 axis a22. My understanding is I need to navigate to lake temp setting press and hold the down arrow. Is there a video someone can post showing how to do this. When i do it, it just resets all the gauges but doesn't allow for speed calibration.

Thanks Ryan

 

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18 hours ago, Fortnox said:

Need help setting the speed on 2011 axis a22. My understanding is I need to navigate to lake temp setting press and hold the down arrow. Is there a video someone can post showing how to do this. When i do it, it just resets all the gauges but doesn't allow for speed calibration.

Thanks Ryan

 

for paddle wheel you have a specific setting for speed calibration, you are setting a % change.  i did a gps verification of our surf speed and wakeboard speed snd then did a weighted avg between the two % diff to gps at both speeds snd i believe i set s 8% increase in the paddle wheel read out and output of cruise control,  thrn retested with gps to aee if i was accurate at both speeds 

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Use the info adjustment rocker switch to select the air temperature display, push and hold down on the info adjustment rocker switch for 3 seconds to enter speedo calibration mode.  If you select the lake temperature display and hold down on the rocker switch it will enter gauge self test mode.

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