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    Temp reading Astra H

    I remember reading that you can get the engine water temp to show on the MFD in the Astra H, but only with certain stereos, is this correct?

    My dad's car has a CD30, will it do it and how do I do it?

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    As far as I am aware, you cant get a temp reading, have looked under the bonnet in engine bay n there is the right equipment for a thermometer, but it says in the book that if the engine is overheating it will flash up on the dashboard. but then again you may be right...

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    Press and hold the SETTINGS button until a beep is heard and then press the BC button 8 or 9 times and the Engine temp should be displayed.



    In this mode ypu can get all sorts of info such as alternator output etc.

    Info has been pilferred from another site.

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    Dad's display is the two line type and this does not work
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