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Old 07-15-2008, 01:36 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Mines similar according to scangauge. Unless I know I'm slowing down, I leave it in neutral for coasts. My transmission takes a while to activate fuel cell, or scangauge takes a while to read it, and even then its pretty select as to when: Above 1200 rpm, slowing down, below 3600 rpm, etc

I tend to be in neutral a lot more. Plus (D) also holds my glides back tremendously. I blame it on the 4.44 final drive.
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