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da Spud
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Post lite to pro for diesel MPG?
on: June 2, 2018 (GMT)

I used the lite version on my Ford E450 and got OK instant MPG readings but the Average mpg was total garbage.

I recently changed RVs to a MB Sprinter based one and MPG shows 0. I did not see any of the settings that were mentioned in the forums when I searched for diesel MPG.

So my question is, If I go PRO will I be able to see the instant MPG for the Sprinter 3.0 liter engine?

Thanks, da Spud

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Post Re: lite to pro for diesel MPG?
on: June 1, 2019 (GMT)


You may have already found the answer. I have a 2005 T1N Sprinter (an entirely different beast from your 2008 NCV3) but the “Pro” version of Torque OBD2 reads instant MPG just fine for me. The long-term average MPG, though, stays constant at 25 MPG and there doesn’t seem to be a way to reset it.

With the paid version of Dash(D) Command(C) the average is computed in real-time and can be reset on demand. AFAIK DC doesn’t let you choose lay out your own dashboards, pick gauge styles, etc.

I have both installed but for the most part use Torque because it is “feature rich” (-:

under-achieving gear head for over 50 years. Currently trying to eek out every pound of torque on a 2005 Dodge/MB Sprinter.

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