[T2] curiouser and curiouser

accessys at smart.net accessys at smart.net
Fri Jun 7 08:49:30 MST 2013

On Fri, 7 Jun 2013, John Kolak 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.

I have done the measured mile and it appears accurate, but I do have a GPS 
and if I can figure out how to get a cumulative mileage I will try that.


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