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      12-25-2012, 09:06 AM   #29
alexwhittemore
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Originally Posted by e90_328 View Post
I actually think that the secondary triangle warning is necessary. Becuz.....

When U actually start driving... the GIANT GAS SYMBOL goes away. Its the same for ANY OTHER WARNING when u drive,,,, it goes away.

SO U KINDA NEED THE triangle warning to let u know to look thru the check control.
Wrong.

The gas light MAY go away if it only JUST came on, it's triggered by a range-to-dead-empty calculation, which naturally changes with driving style and thus fuel consumption.

But once you're solidly into the reserve range, it won't go away. In fact, you can't even change the BC off of range readout at that point.
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