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Sounds like it has switched from miles to kilometres ( 90,000 miles equals roughly 140,000 kilometres)
Not sure how that could have happened or how it is programmed but also know it is almost impossible to make an odometer jump back temporarily.
Have you had any computer / electrical work done?
 

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Apparently, if you just hold the trip reset button down for several seconds after it is zeroed off, it automatically switches over from miles to kilometers. Let us know if it works!
 
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Good to know joe.
I am going to try it on one of mine tomorrow. My 2000 d2 is canadian and reads in kilometres and my 2002 is from California and reads in miles.
Would be interesting if it can be changed miles to kilometres.
 

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Miles to KMs

Good to know joe.
I am going to try it on one of mine tomorrow. My 2000 d2 is canadian and reads in kilometres and my 2002 is from California and reads in miles.
Would be interesting if it can be changed miles to kilometres.
Redtruck; did it work?
 

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Hey
I did try this on my 2000 d2 and it did work ( switched to miles and then back to kilometres)
Have not tried on my 2003 - it is under about 2 feet of snow
 
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