[T2] curiouser and curiouser
jkolak at gmail.com
Fri Jun 7 08:34:24 MST 2013
Sent my note before seeing your 10-12 addendum. If it does that often while
driving, that can do it. You need to set the AFR meter to log your trip and
dump it to your computer.
On Jun 7, 2013 10:27 PM, "John Kolak" <jkolak at gmail.com> wrote:
> So with those AFRs, I don't believe you are burning too much fuel. Getting
> back to the odometer, as previously suggested, go drive a hundred miles or
> so and check your odometer against GPS. If you don't have GPS, drive a good
> known distance to compare. If off, check to see that a cracked odometer
> drive gear isn't slipping on the odometer drive pin. Otherwise check for
> calibration at a speedometer repair shop.
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