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    test mode cd30

    sorry if this has been covered before, couldn't find a thread

    but here goes

    anyone know about the test mode on the cd30?
    managed to use the digital speedo, km/h will be useful if I go abroad, but what do all the other readouts mean?
    maybe it's in the manual, but I don't have it

    someone help me understand? (Y)

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    how u get kmh up?

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    hold the 'Settings' button until you hear a beep, and then you know the little buttons by the display?
    press the bottom one (one with the dot in a circle) and it scrolls through the modes. wait for one with V: and that's the one. I guess the V stands for velocity.it's also got 'OT:' which I guess is outside temperature, but it just showed 73, and it wasn't 73 degrees, so I'm not sure!?

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    *runs outside and tries it*

    ooo it works! I want mph though Any ideas how you can change it?

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    Here's what i did...... Not sure if its only the CD-30, but it worked for me.
    I think it shows up body computer readings, but im not too sure what most of then mean.

    How to do it:
    1) Turn on ignition (not engine), until all dash lights are on

    2) Press and hold "SETTINGS" until you hear a "beep" through the speakers

    3) Repeatedly press the "BULLSEYE" button, next to the lcd display and it will cycle through 16 different screens

    4) Turn off CD-30 to resume to normal. (Although usual functions still work whilst in this mode)

    Results. Im not sure what most of these mean, and i hope someone could shed some light on it!!!

    1) HW: D1.60

    2) 19.05.2005

    3) SW:4176 a/0

    4) 24.06.2004

    5) DD: -.- /6.0

    6) Code: 001/01

    7) LS: 00000000

    8) MS: 4200

    9) DIMM: U (changes to "none" sometimes when releasing the throttle, but goes back to "U")

    10) 0.0.100 *92.7* (*varies constantly*) (stays at *100* when engine off)

    10 (again), this time with headlights on it says 72.9 60.4 *56.1* (varies constantly with engine on, and *60.4 with engine off, but headlights still on)

    11) LCD: 28 oC (i think this is the temp of the lcd display, as it did feel warm to the touch)

    12) U30: 12.4V, engine off and 14.1V engine on. This is battery voltage/ charging voltage

    13) RDS - T : 18:03

    14) PZ - EHU: 0C

    15) sens; 14.5 (changes frequently)

    16) V: 0 T : 73


    Thats all i found, anyone know what they mean?

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    bump, anyone seen this before?

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