I would leave it alone. This way it gives you a little time to get gas. What good is it if you see it go to zero driving along, then you are stuck on the side of the road.
Here's a copy for both Nav and nonNav calibrations from prior posts, just consolidated for future reference:John said:Slash,
I searched for the note on callibrating your miles to empty computer, but I couldn't find the note you referred to. Could you please specifiy where I can find it.
I bet you set your alarm clock 10 minutes ahead so you're not late in the morning, don't you?Originally posted by MDXNole I would leave it alone. This way it gives you a little time to get gas. What good is it if you see it go to zero driving along, then you are stuck on the side of the road.
we figured it out be lurking on this great site.srpbep said:Just found this thread ... Thanks for the info ... how the heck did you guys figure out:
(a) That configuration options were there?
(b) How to change the settings?
i agree.... my low fuel light came up when the trip computer indicated that the range was 50 miles, which corresponded to about 2.6 galons given the mpg at about 19mpg...srpbep said:My experience [generalized] with most vehicles [domestic and import] is that the warning light typically comes on with 2-3 gallons left in the tank.