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Old 09-16-2016, 08:04 AM   #13 (permalink)
Stock MPG 22city/32 hwy
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Originally Posted by Fat Charlie View Post

Get a ScanGauge or UltraGauge. Being able to see short trip (since startup) and long trip (reset every fill up) mpg, as well as a few other things that you may find helpful will help you see what's going on and learn a lot.

And welcome to the fun!
not sure I completely understand the scangauge. I've been looking at them, but how do you hook it up to your car? I have two ports, one under the steering column and another under my glove box.
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