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mpg indicator
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Hi, my blingo has been indicating its doing 49.5 for a week now,,,how often should it change ?,,,ive reset the trip 3 times,,,but the mpg still is the same 49.5 ?,,am i doing somthing wrong ?.

thank Pat.
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Well, that is the average mpg indicator and if your driving hasn't radically changed then I wouldn't expect it to change. The more miles you have on the clock the slower it will change because it's averaged over all the miles traveled as far as I know. Resetting the trip length indicator should have no influence. Doesn't on mine. I've got about 8800 km on the clock and mine is averaging 5.8l/100km and hasn't changed in quite some time.

Tom
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thanks Tom,,,i see that it rarely changes,,ive done 1300 miles now and the mpg is now saying 50.4im hoping it will get better as the engine gets run in.

Pat.
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Mine has done 20500k and has sat at 44.9mpg for a over a month now.
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(13-11-2011, 11:32 AM)3rensho Wrote:  The more miles you have on the clock the slower it will change because it's averaged over all the miles traveled as far as I know. Resetting the trip length indicator should have no influence. Doesn't on mine.

Is that correct? Before I had the test drive last week in the 2008 Mk3 XTR, the computer said 6614 miles had been covered @ 44.9mpg and an average speed of 27mph. The salesman reset the fuel computer, iirc by keeping the toggle switch on the end of the right hand stalk depressed for 4 seconds. At the end of my drive when I toggled through again it said 10 miles @ 50.4mpg and an average speed of 29mph.

Colin
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yes mine changes every time, never stays at a set mpg. I push end in every tank fill up. If I go on a drive 30-60 miles, or a long trip say a few hundred miles I get 49.5mpg but for normal use around my village up and down mountain where I live [ normally 4 times a day] and back and forth to Bangor city, then it shows 42,6 mpg, which is what I would expect. The 1000ft climb on average 4 times a day sucks the fuel out.
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If I'm just driving in my local country area I can reset it & it will show up to 53mpg. If I zero it before a fast motorway run 70mph+ it can drop to 44mpg. Its worth experimenting if you want to save fuel, for example keep down to 65mph on the motorway & you can get 48mpg.
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After driving to Ireland and back my Blingo averaged 53.1 best ive had yet!
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(06-12-2011, 04:22 PM)philip Wrote:  After driving to Ireland and back my Blingo averaged 53.1 best ive had yet!

That sounds good. The best I can manage with my 2.0Hdi is 49.4, I just cannot get 50mpg no matter what I do.

Oh and thats converting liters to gallons as I dont have a mpg display.
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(06-12-2011, 06:29 PM)Trevor Wrote:  
(06-12-2011, 04:22 PM)philip Wrote:  After driving to Ireland and back my Blingo averaged 53.1 best ive had yet!

That sounds good. The best I can manage with my 2.0Hdi is 49.4, I just cannot get 50mpg no matter what I do.

Oh and thats converting liters to gallons as I dont have a mpg display.
remember the mk3 is a 1.6hdi and you have a 2.0hdi

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