Originally Posted by blackwidow2009
LOL...dude, your gas guage works fine and no differently then befor the bigger tires. Your odomiter is calculating milage incorectly though...your odomiter calculats milage from your transmittion not your wheels; so when you adjust your wheel size your odomiter will be off. Just get your self (barrow a friends or something) a GPS unit like a Garmin. They will tell you what speed your driving exactly, and they tally your miles drive. Then if you what you can figure out your miles per gallon.
But man, your gas guage is not connected to your wheels! LOL
Have i ever said that my gauge was conneceted to my wheels? I only said that I am getting a scan gauge
because it has any functions that can and will eliminate problems.
I know how it works, But it just happen after I put on the tires. It drops fast, now it got faster. I hit E when I only gone 240 miles. I can go til 340 fill up and still put in 17 gallons. I know my mpgs...18-19 mpgs. My speedo isn't messed up to bad only off about -2, I know that because had my Tomtom handy. Tach is off and my temp gauge is stuck at the top, way above the red line. How does the odometer read differently? Mine reads fine, I've been driving 48.? miles to school for three years that has changed on the Odometer. I haven't gone over 48.? miles to school or back home for three years. And that's having 31's 32's and 33's on my truck.