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edcasey

Yup...another ScanGauge question. I need more help.

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I'm still having trouble with my ScanGauge but wanted to make sure I understand something correctly. In order for Average MPG to be displayed as a gauge, I have to program it with Xgauge? I'm talking about average mileage on a tank of fuel not the mileage for the last 2 seconds that shows up on the gauge as MPG. If I toggle through the gauges, should I find one that says AVG?Thanks guys.

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Thanks Michael. I really appreciate your help. I may be beating a dead horse but I just want to be sure before I call Scangauge and talk to them (maybe yell a bit). In the picture below, you see the gauge labeled AVG. Am I correct that it's not one of the default gauges but one that had to be programmed in. In other words, if I bought a new Scangauge, I wouldn't find that gauge?

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Mine was preprogramed for the AVG gauge.

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Thanks guys. The chart in the manual for gauge abbreviations doesn't list it. I guess they need to update the documentation. Do either of you guys know if it is the "tank" average or the "today" average?edit: Ok...I've been thinking about this. If the AVG reads the same tomorrow morning, as it did when I parked today, than it will have to be "tank" average. If it's different, than it would have to be "today".

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