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About yareelohim

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  1. I just thought of something that could also have this affect. Is it possible the gears were changed in your truck? Lower or taller gears with stock diameter tires will create a false DIC reading. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. In your case the difference in tires may not be the cause but tire size affects the amount of fuel registered in the DIC vs actual used. If you increase to 35" or greater tires and don't lower your gears to match the change, then your odometer will register less miles than you are actually driving. You can drive 200 miles and the odometer will only register 150 miles. The DIC averages the fuel used with the distance traveled. With 37" tires and 4.10 gears, you would see 4- 5 mpg less on the DIC than actual. That unfortunately may no be the case for you though. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. What size tires are you running and are they larger, smaller or same as factory tire specs? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Welcome to Shasta County bro! I moved up here from Oakland almost 10 years ago. You can expect an incredibly slower pace, virtually no traffic, and absolutely beautiful scenery. If your into hunting/fishing, it's the best in the State. However, there are a lot of people who don't travel outside of Shasta County who feel this place is the worst in California because a few homeless and they can't leave their purses/laptops in their cars. You'll love it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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