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Old 07-31-13, 11:40 PM   #1
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Anyone use the fuel injector on your IS350. My tank ave only have 15-16. I drive super slow, never step to the gas. And you guys think will help if i use fuel injector?
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Best way to calculate mpg is fill it up and use Odometer trip to see your actual mileage per tank. Most of it depends on your driving habits. Stop and go traffics less mpg, city driving less mpg and highway driving higher mpg.
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How can i reset the habits? I just got the car a week ago, and i think the pervious owner have the same ave as me . When i first step in the car for test drive, he had 16 tank ave also
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Fill it up and take it on the highway for 15-20 min drive and you'll see your mpg average go up. As long as the traffic on the highway is flowing or along stretch of road without alot of stops.
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If I rememer correctly you can reset it by holding down the "Display" button on the steering wheel.
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If I rememer correctly you can reset it by holding down the "Display" button on the steering wheel.
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I don't know if everyone would recommend it, but the vehicle has also learned your driving habits so it wouldnt hurt if you did a battery reset. Just be aware of what comes with that (radio presets, bluetooth, saved POI's, etc.)
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You guys think will be different mpg ave between the sport package and the luxury package such as the suspension?
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You guys think will be different mpg ave between the sport package and the luxury package such as the suspension?
it would be marginal at best <1mpg. The biggest thing IMO would be tire pressure, and the use of premium fuel. These car tend to run better on premium as the knock sensor would have to retard timing less.
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it would be marginal at best <1mpg. The biggest thing IMO would be tire pressure, and the use of premium fuel. These car tend to run better on premium as the knock sensor would have to retard timing less.
I have check on tire pressure yesterday and i only use premium gas only. Everything was fine.
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