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Old 04-23-2010, 07:10 PM   #1
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have a 1992 cx to learn on woooo hoooooooooo

can't wait to learn mpg

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hondas seem to be very abundant here.

there should be quite a bit of knowledge to soak in. (general and honda specific)

welcome to the site
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have a 1992 cx to learn on woooo hoooooooooo

can't wait to learn mpg

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The best way to get the hang of MPG is to fill your tank and reset your odometer at every fill up. Keep a log of how you drove with the average outside temperature noted.

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get a scan gauge
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1992....scangauge won't work
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oh yeah 96 and up
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there are other options out there though they are mostly DIY style.

he could always go the route of the good ole fashioned vacuum gauge. if nothing else, it gives you an idea of where you are
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