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Old 06-24-2008, 05:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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display average mpg on scangauge

I saw a thread on here (don't remember what not) where a guy showed a picture of his SGII with the average mpg on the gauge screen. How do you set that up, flipping between the gauge and trip screen is a bit of a pain. Thanks.

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Was it the average mpg for a trip? or was it for a tank? Or something else?
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I'm not sure. I'd like to get the current average on the gauge screen. That's the one for the current trip that resets if the car is off for 3 minutes.
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If you have the newest scangauge with x-gauge features or an old one that has been updated you can program the gauge display average trip FE on the 4 gauge display. You'd have to look up how to do it in the manual though.
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Yeah I dug up the manual and it is in there. Thanks. It's a lot easier than I thought it would be to do also.
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I find having the Instant MPG, Average Trip MPG, and Tank MPG up at the same time to be helpful. XGauge's rock.

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