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post #196 of 203 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 09:40 AM
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make sure you do the software calibration
as I dont think its possible to burn that much fuel without big drivability issues
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post #197 of 203 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 10:19 AM
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What do you mean by software calibration ?

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make sure you do the software calibration
as I dont think its possible to burn that much fuel without big drivability issues
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post #198 of 203 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 10:58 AM
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What do you mean by software calibration ?
the application on your phone needs info to make its guesses on the fuel consumption
so it maybe time to read the apps manual
I have yet to set mine up other than speed battery and temp
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the application on your phone needs info to make its guesses on the fuel consumption
so it maybe time to read the apps manual
I have yet to set mine up other than speed battery and temp
Which software are you using ? On my side I can use DashCommand or inCarDoc Pro
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post #200 of 203 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 05:34 PM
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I am using Torque
but any of them should work the same way
as I mentioned I have not completed my setup as
I really only wanted some temps and speed
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Hello everyone, I just bought a 2007 jeep patriot trail rated 4x4, with the cvt transmission.it has about 216,000 kms. On a full tank of gas I'm getting about 400 kms that's doing city/ highway driving. Is that normal? If so is there anything I can do to help improve the fuel mileage?
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Hello everyone, I just bought a 2007 jeep patriot trail rated 4x4, with the cvt transmission.it has about 216,000 kms. On a full tank of gas I'm getting about 400 kms that's doing city/ highway driving. Is that normal? If so is there anything I can do to help improve the fuel mileage?
First off, I see this is your first post. Welcome to the site!

For comparison my FWD 2.4 CVT approached 325 to a tank driving easy at 50MPH (80KMH).
Wife's FWD 2.0 5-spd manual gets 330 under similar circumstances.
These are both bare bones vehicles.

Since you're dragging around an additional differential with a lower ratio drive-train I'd say you're about the expected range.
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First off, I see this is your first post. Welcome to the site!

For comparison my FWD 2.4 CVT approached 325 to a tank driving easy at 50MPH (80KMH).
Wife's FWD 2.0 5-spd manual gets 330 under similar circumstances.
These are both bare bones vehicles.

Since you're dragging around an additional differential with a lower ratio drive-train I'd say you're about the expected range.
I usually average 30mpg or better @70mph. I would expect much better if driving easy at 50mph.

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