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    Quote Originally Posted by q_malik7142 View Post
    How to display fuel average on triptonic meter on honda civic 8th gen reborn?
    I think you mean trip meter? The PKDM 8th gen Civic didn't come with an FCD (fuel consumption display). There are alternatives:

    - a scangauge or ultragauge. The best option, but also the most expensive ($70 to $150 in wholesale, not counting duties)

    - an assembled MPGUINO unit. You can also build it yourself quite cheaply; the parts cost around 5k-6k Rs.

    - get an ELM 327 blue-tooth reader, and install the Torque app (pro version costs about $5) on your Android phone.

    - the cheapest solution is to install a vacuum gauge. It is very basic, but its still better than nothing.

    BTW, tiptronic (not triptonic) is a type of automatic transmission pioneered by Porsche. It lets the driver manually upshift or downshift gears. On local cars, its only available in Corollas.
    _ 22 km/l from '03 VTi automatic, with plenty of room for improvement
    _ How to hypermile: http://www.cleanmpg.com/community/index.php?threads/1510/

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