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Changing Gauge color

My 2016 GT is six months old. The current gauge color is purple, and the current ambient light color is red. I have tried to change the colors, and they change all right, but the car does not remember the changes. The next time I start up, the colors always go back to purple/red. Am I missing a step, or is there something wonky with my software? Any advice would be much appreciated.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-14-2016
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You have to save it as "My Color". I forgot how I used to do it in my 2007 premium, and my 2005 doesn't have it. Your owners manual probably has instructions.

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it's supposed to save your most recent gauge and ambient color changes... sounds like something is wrong with yours.
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