So all cars sold in Canada use Celsius?Canada uses Celsius. I'm not sure if you can just change the whole CCM out but I just changed the cover on mine. I picked up a unit near Toronto for about $10CAD. If you look on car-part.com you can find some in the U.S.
It would have to be 2004 like my car to be compatible.Swapped mine on a used unit back to Celcius and am now trying to sell (my caR) to a US forum member who wants Fahrenheit - will let you know.
Also have the Canbus extender, which allows you to pick metric or US units for a range of info.
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I believe all the Canadian cars were in °C. However, if you look for used ones you will find °C and °F in both the US and Canada. The reason is because so many of the cars crossed the border and died in either country. So you need a 2004 only because this was the only year that had the right colour and shape. I have my whole car in metric except for I use MPG because I cannot buy litres and the roads are all in miles. CCM °C, outside temp °C, Clock 24hr. Hope this helps.So all cars sold in Canada use Celsius?
Any other country have them in Fahrenheit?
I went to car-part.com and found one for $25. But I had to request a wore from the seller, I would actually be surprise if they were in Celsius even though it was a search result with Celsius in the query.