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Old 12-10-2007, 03:40 PM   #11
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miles long? I thought my hills were bad for my FE, and they only take about a minute to get over (hit it at about 60-55 if theres a hill before it, end at 45-40ish...

My civic can read the cutoff - the MPG jumps to 9999, so its weird that yours doesn't. Mine did this out of the box, and I was suprised and thought it was glitching or somethin


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P.S. I must be a wierdo as I think just because a guy can afford to do something, doesn't mean he should. I can afford to buy 100 gallons of gas several times a month, pour it on the ground, light it (or not)... but I don't think I should.
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:36 PM   #12
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The Scanguage recognizes fuel cutoff in my 1997 Civic HX. The fuel use goes to 0.0 and MPG to 9999. I don't see why it shouldn't for yours as well. Do you have it set for the right engine size?

Speed kills...your MPG
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