Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 00:20:53 GMT
From: "Julie & Blair" <julieandblairnopsamaone.net>
Subject: Re: 9-5 MPG drop after svc


Well I feel stupid! I thought the "average" was a fairly recent average. When I held "clear" to reset the MPG I returned to my 30 mpg at 75 mph. Thanks! -- --Blair Adel Abushaev <adelnopsamxynet.org> wrote in message news:8i3mfi$bn1$1nopsamen.koba.ee... > How do you measure MPG? Current MPG is on the running light line, but what > is showing up in numbers - it is average value, counted since the moment of > last reset. You can reset it by pressing and holding the "R" button on the > road computer keypad. > > Sorry if it wasn't a problem. > > Adel. > > "Julie & Blair" <julieandblairnopsamaone.net> wrote in message > news:3sS05.46298$Ft1.2569770nopsamoon.ne.mediaone.net... > > Help! My gas mileage in my 99 9-5SE went from a consistent 29 mpg hiway to > > 26 mpg after a minor 20K service (really just an oil change). I also had > the > > wheels rotated. They played with the brakes but didn't have the new pads > > which resist fade when wet so I'm not sure they really did anything. > > > > And, there was an emissions recall, too. Does anyone know exactly what > this > > recall involved? Could it be responsible for a 10% drop in gas mileage? > > > > I already checked the tire inflation and everything is fine (in fact, > higher > > than before). > > > > --Blair > > > > > >

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