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Old 01-15-2009, 02:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Wildfire - '96 Ford Bronco XL
90 day: 14.88 mpg (US)

Blackford - '96 Ford Bronco XLT
90 day: 20.26 mpg (US)

Y2k - '00 Honda Insight
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Team Honda
90 day: 73.98 mpg (US)

Redford V10 - '01 Ford F250 Lariat
90 day: 15.64 mpg (US)

FireFly - '00 Honda Insight DX
90 day: 69.43 mpg (US)

LittleRed - '00 Honda Insight
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When it says it can't be flat-towed in neutral above 35mph, means you can't EOC. You shouldn't EOC in an automatic anyway. BUT, you can neutral coast with the engine running in an automatic. When shifting back to Drive, wait a second or two then apply gentle throttle. It should be pretty bumpless.

96 and above was OBDII on most vehicles, and even some of those didn't fully implement OBDII. Looks like your 94 Mustang can do Scangauge. Some of the nicer (read: expensive) vehicles were always a little ahead of the masses.

One of my Broncos has an AOD, but not AODe. Neutral coast in that often. My Bronco C6 and F250 Diesel E4OD neutral coasts just fine. Engine running in all 3, of course.

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