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Old 05-21-2014, 12:18 AM   #11
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I just clicked on it this doing a search for the ultragauge I know its a 2011 post but for the ones who have this thing after 'X' number of years, are you all still using it?? still find its worth having?
I was wondering if the ultragauge was able to be taken for car to car, if I have it in my Ranger on a day to day thing and then we take the wifes pontiac on a trip can I just plug it in the ODBII port and away she goes?

I would like to read some reviews from some of you, if possible.
I still have and use my Ultraguage. I mostly use mine to see what kind of MPG I am getting. it comes in real handy to read and clear code and basic trouble shooting.
I move mine all the time, there are settings for tank size and engine size. I have set the size of the engine, but in the end i am not really sure it makes much difference mentoring MPG.
I hope that helps you out.
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Old 05-24-2014, 05:27 AM   #12
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so is this worth making a mount and leaving it in the truck all the time?
weight wise would a section of velcro hold it on the dash?
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