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Has this happened to anyone else?

- Start a commute on a cold day.
- Manally cut the engine off at an intersection because it's not warmed enough to activate autostop.
- The instant MPG bar stays at 150 mpg.

I'm not worried unless using "manual stop" damages the mpg display.
 

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I had the instantaneous mpg bar stick at 150 once also, but not after manually turning off the engine. I was driving along normally, took my foot off the pedal to coast for a bit (so the bar was at 150), and it seemed to get stuck after that. It was a while ago so I don't remember if it corrected itself or if I recycled the ignition at the next stoplight. It hasn't happened since, so I assumed it was just a fluke. I'm surprised that it's happened to someone else as well.
 
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Hi Delta Flyer:

___I have never had it happen to me but it has been reported in quite a few threads in the last 2 years. Every time it was reported, a reboot and re-ignition cured whatever locked up in the display HW.

___Good Luck

___Wayne R. Gerdes
___Hunt Club Farms Landscaping Ltd.
___[email:1wh50dhl][email protected][/email:1wh50dhl]
 
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