This MPG is why I bought the 3.21

Docwagon1776

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Oklahoma and Texas exist for oil. Oil boom towns come to mind. I see you're also scatter brained stay on topic if your actually going to say that. You're doing exactly what I'm doing and calling me frustrated. You definitely remind me of a politician, also Arkansas known for the cousin lovin.

Definitely scatterbrained, no argument there. Thinking about one thing for too long is boring, so I limit my deep dives to things of great interest. Like why don't orcas eat people? They could. Do they have a society? It is taboo for them?

All my cousins got old and fat or old and ****'d out. I have to poach other people's cousins.
 
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One thing I noticed is that the range meter (distance you can drive on remaining fuel in your tank) does not get reset when you manually clear your mileage and coast down hill. So while 2022pw shows 99 mpg, the DTE shows 251 miles on over 3/4 of a full tank <--- that gauge does not lie.

Compare that to my pic in the very first post in this thread where (it's hard to see, but...) the fuel gauge shows over 1/4 tank of fuel remainig and the range meter shows 338 KM left (210 miles).

So just in case that's what you're thinking, I'm not manipulating any gauges to make them read better than they actually are. The computer definitely thinks I'm getting 27/28 mpg.
 

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One thing I noticed is that the range meter (distance you can drive on remaining fuel in your tank) does not get reset when you manually clear your mileage and coast down hill. So while 2022pw shows 99 mpg, the DTE shows 251 miles on over 3/4 of a full tank <--- that gauge does not lie.

Compare that to my pic in the very first post in this thread where (it's hard to see, but...) the fuel gauge shows over 1/4 tank of fuel remainig and the range meter shows 338 KM left (210 miles).

So just in case that's what you're thinking, I'm not manipulating any gauges to make them read better than they actually are. The computer definitely thinks I'm getting 27/28 mpg.

Lol, I’m happy to get double digits. Have to pay to play. If I wanted MPG I would have bought a Prius.
 

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Learn to drive for milege,makes a hell'va differance in what the trucks will pull down for milege .I can routinely pull down over 30 mpg in the wifes 6.4 Challenger,and blow everybodies minds on the 6.4 Challenger pages,lol.
 

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Learn to drive for milege,makes a hell'va differance in what the trucks will pull down for milege .I can routinely pull down over 30 mpg in the wifes 6.4 Challenger,and blow everybodies minds on the 6.4 Challenger pages,lol.
Lol…. Did I mention 99.9 mpg in a Ram truck. Hahaha
 

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