So a while ago i cleaned my egr passages and did a bunch of maintenance on my insight. While putting everything together i noticed something. My knock sensor was broken. The sensor housing had a split in the plastic and could be divided in two pieces. The plug still attached. I put the two pieces back together and had no codes. The best mileage i could get on my drives was in the 52 mpg range all sub 45mph. It didnt throw a code for the knock sensor mind you. So i just got around to ordering a new one. Installed it and am already noticing a couple of interesting changes. After the idle learn procedure just before the fan came on the engine suddenly got a lot quieter. I'm pretty sure it was because the ecu was adjusting the timing based on knock readings and had finally gotten it right. Now even at idle the car is quieter. It has more power across the power band. The most interesting thing is that now my car seems to use less assist in situations where it used to use more and now i regularly see my mpg gauge go into the 125mpg range and have no trouble maintaining speed while in that range. I find it particularly interesting because there was no real warning that the sensor was bad. If i had not noticed the physical failure of this part i would have had no idea it was actually bad. Just a heads up. I cant make any guarantees that this is a fix for low mpg but it helped me a lot.