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Old 12-25-2013, 08:11 AM
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Merry Christmas Q Tech, glad you are having fun in the CH TH. What are you getting for mpgs. Curious since you've been zooming around for a good while now.
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Merry Christmas!
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Merry Christmas Q Tech, glad you are having fun in the CH TH. What are you getting for mpgs. Curious since you've been zooming around for a good while now.
Aggressive city driving seems to yield a 18.5 average. Fuel conscious city driving yields 19.9 average. I have not done any significant interstate type travel yet but based on what I've seen I'm expecting about 23-24 average on an interstate type trip. With a mix of city travel and a few short 20-30 mile journeys on state roads mixed in the highest average I've ever seen on the display is 24.4
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Aggressive city driving seems to yield a 18.5 average. Fuel conscious city driving yields 19.9 average. I have not done any significant interstate type travel yet but based on what I've seen I'm expecting about 23-24 average on an interstate type trip. With a mix of city travel and a few short 20-30 mile journeys on state roads mixed in the highest average I've ever seen on the display is 24.4
Not bad at all. My wifes GC gets about the same but it is a 2wd only.
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Just by chance has anyone put a radar detector in their TH, I was trying to figure out the best way to route my wire and discreetly hide it.
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People still use radar detectors????
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People still use radar detectors????
LOL Yea, My wife kinda has a lead foot. Having one has saved me also more then once..
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We'll be headed back to FLA in our Limited 3.2 4 x 4 in early Jan. Will go 1200 miles on I-75 so I'll report mileage after we get to FLA.
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I'm finding that the auto on feature for the seats and steering wheel only works intermittently. By that I mean sometimes when I started they automatically come on sometimes they just don't. Sometimes I get a screen that pops up upon startup and I can push the button to start them sometimes the screen doesn't appear. I suspect I missing something. Has anyone else found this issue?
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I'm finding that the auto on feature for the seats and steering wheel only works intermittently. By that I mean sometimes when I started they automatically come on sometimes they just don't. Sometimes I get a screen that pops up upon startup and I can push the button to start them sometimes the screen doesn't appear. I suspect I missing something. Has anyone else found this issue?
only comes on automatically if its 40 degrees or below
the initial disclaimer screen should come on everytime you start the car and have those icons to select, but its only on briefly, aotherwise you just go into controls or climate to turn on
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I'm finding that the auto on feature for the seats and steering wheel only works intermittently. By that I mean sometimes when I started they automatically come on sometimes they just don't. Sometimes I get a screen that pops up upon startup and I can push the button to start them sometimes the screen doesn't appear. I suspect I missing something. Has anyone else found this issue?
We have same problem. While we are still north DW wants heated seat and wheel automatically. I've set it several times and it doesn't hold to her next start. I just went out and set it again. Turned it off and then waited a few minutes and restarted and they came on properly. Will try again in a couple of hours. Did things in a slightly different order. Will report results.
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We have same problem. While we are still north DW wants heated seat and wheel automatically. I've set it several times and it doesn't hold to her next start. I just went out and set it again. Turned it off and then waited a few minutes and restarted and they came on properly. Will try again in a couple of hours. Did things in a slightly different order. Will report results.
If you have them on when turning the car off, they won't automatically come on when restarting unless its 40 degrees or below. It won't default to the last setting.
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