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best thing to do, is take the front plastics of the clock off, and move the needle to 0mph.

I've only ever broken the clips trying to remove the front cover, but i'm sure someone will know the proper way

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Also, when you move everything back to 0mph. I'd check with a sat nav that the new reading is true, you don't want to be doing 30mph on your clocks and your actually doing alot faster

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