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Navdy Dash

 

 

 

Navdy connects to your car's Onboard Diagnostics port (OBD-II). This connection is how Navdy gets power and information like speed, fuel level, RPM, and mileage from your car.

The information available to Navdy through the OBD-II port varies depending on the make and model of your car and what your car's manufacturer makes available through the OBD-II port.

 

Primary Gauges

Dash can display information about your car's speed and/or RPM via the primary gauge. The updated speedometer has been simplified and features a large numeric speed display in the center of the gauge. If you exceed the speed limit (if known) you'll see the graph change to blue. If you exceed the speed limit significantly it will display as yellow.

Tip: Your vehicle's indicated speed on the speedometer may not be identical to Navdy's as some vehicle manufacturers intentionally overstate their current speed.

 

We have also added a tachometer that shows both RPM and the speed of your vehicle. The graph on the tachometer shows current RPM (x1000) that changes from white to red if you are red-lining your car. On this gauge, we display the speed numerically as well.

To switch between the speedometer and the tachometer:

  1. Tap the button on the dial and enter the quick menu
  2. Rotate the dial counter-clockwise and tap on options
  3. Select the speedometer/tachometer and tap the button on the dial

 

Enabling Navdy Dash

Enable Navdy Dash so you see information about your car on the Navdy Display:

  1. Tap the button on the dial and enter the quick menu
  2. Tap the button on the dial again to enter the main menu
  3. Tap on Dash

 

Navdy Dash Options

Once Dash is visible on Navdy you can customize what's displayed there. You can change each side by scrolling through gauges via the Dash Options.

Here’s how to customize your Dash:

  1. Tap the button on the dial and enter the quick menu
  2. Rotate dial counter-clockwise and tap on dash options
  3. Rotate dial clockwise and tap the button on the dial to select the side that will scroll
  4. Rotate dial to scroll between and select the desired gauge

 

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