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Confused between trip A & Trip B on the Display

Discussion in 'Electrical Systems' started by Relativity, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. Pramod N

    Pramod N Amatore

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    Bangalore
    Reset of Odometer... :eek: Did not know this.
    However, i use Trip B for full tank fuel guage & Trip A for long drives.
  2. gurjinder

    gurjinder Staff Member Janitor

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    Punjab
    Have a read of the TFI PDI thread. Under the head - About the H symbol

    Cheers.
  3. Relativity

    Relativity Superiore

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    Chennai
    Why do we need to reset Trip B every time we fuel up? I thought the trip computer calculates the mileage. For Example, I reset everything yesterday and the "H" disappeared from the odometer and reset it to a Zero. The Trip A that I took today was for 141 KM and it is showing the average consumption as 5.5l/100 KM. I guess that means that the mileage was around 18 km per liter today for the Trip A.
  4. gurjinder

    gurjinder Staff Member Janitor

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    Relativity, kindly go through the Owner's Manual atleast once. It's a very useful and interesting guide.

    Cheers.
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  5. Akshay4384

    Akshay4384 Superiore

    Today i saw trip meter B at 3300 kms,will check as to when it resets on its own
  6. ENKI

    ENKI Esperto

    That was to check for tankful i.e. how much you traveled since your last fill & averaged.
    Avg consumption detail is always there anyways but only if you want to be more specific.
    You are managing good FE.

    you don't need to calculate like that. just go to menu, change units from ltr/100 km directly to km/ltr. it will simply show km/ltr.
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2012
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  7. Narayan

    Narayan Regolare

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    Chennai
    I use Trip A for full tank fuel mileage and other details monitoring and trip B for small trips monitoring.

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