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Old 08-09-2014, 06:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hybrid mode just prevents the SG from going to sleep if the engine has been off for a little while. Anyone who does engine-off at long stops or while coasting should set their fuel type to "hybrid".

Not sure why yours shows 600 with the engine off -- do the other values read correctly (eg. speed? RPM?)

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Old 08-09-2014, 12:18 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ok, that makes sense.

My issue with sg2 is that it does not display 9999 when I eoc.

Instead, it reads (mph x 100mpg). Example, coasting from 65mph down to 55mph, the mpg displays 650mpg down to 550mpg. Thus it will "under report" the tank average mpg.

My kill switch is on the crankshaft position sensor.
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My scangauge is still acting up and will show 9999 when stopped at a light.

Thinking about a MPGuino more and more everyday.
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My scangauge is still acting up and will show 9999 when stopped at a light.

Thinking about a MPGuino more and more everyday.
I have been highly considering hooking mine up to my civic lately. I'm tired of UG being off by ~8%. I just wish I could find a guide for the 96-98 civic.
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Where did you get one? I should learn to make my own.

I just want something accurate !! GRRR!!

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