I didn't know this. Any reason for it? I commute to work so this is going to be hard not to do but I'll do my best.Don't drive at a constant speed for too long during break in period its not a good idea.
What he said. Put a few tanks through it and keep track of your fill-ups. After 4-5 tanks you can look at your DIC indicated mileage for each tank and then compare that to you actual calculated mileage based on fill data and odometer readings. You'll come up with a correction factor that you can use to better estimate your mileage.I fuel up on a daily basis and I notice when my DIC shows 57 mpg after 370 miles its actually about 51.5 mpg at the pump. So the DIC is consistantly optimistic by about 5-6 mpg from my own experience.
Yes, ECO is the 3rd tab on 13 and up and I believe extra numbered tabs on models below.
Same here - my 2011 is missing those gauge numbers too. Is that coolant temp in Centigrade?