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Old 02-05-2010, 05:49 PM
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Default EVIC and mileage numbers

Maybe someone has seen this or had it happen to them before. Chrysler is telling me to not trust the EVICs numbers on mileage.

Just today the EVIC was showing 23L/100 km, I know bad mileage, but where I live it's cold, quite cold at times. When I started the truck this morning the KMs to empty showed a larger number then the day before and when I looked at the mileage, it showed 14.9L/100 Kms. This has happened to me once before, the last time was a couple of months ago after I filled the tank, after this happens the numbers slowly creep back up. This time I had not just filled the tank either.

Anyone have this happen to them, anyone get a better answer than the one I got from Chrysler? Is this a common problem and is there a fix. Because if you ask me that's a lame answer to give, especially when this is suppose to be one of the highlights on this truck.

Thanks!
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