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      10-24-2020, 04:57 PM   #1
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Is it possible through BimmerCode to have a readout on how many liters are left in th

Can I have BimmerCode tell me on the dash total liters left in the tank instead of the computers best guess as to how far I can get with that gas?

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      10-24-2020, 06:55 PM   #2
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Can I have BimmerCode tell me on the dash total liters left in the tank instead of the computers best guess as to how far I can get with that gas?

Thanks for the help guys
I don't know but on a slightly related topic, you can change the distance to go at which the first and second stage low fuel warnings pop up on the dash. I found the factory settings came on too early for my preference.
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Can I have BimmerCode tell me on the dash total liters left in the tank instead of the computers best guess as to how far I can get with that gas?

Thanks for the help guys
I don't know but on a slightly related topic, you can change the distance to go at which the first and second stage low fuel warnings pop up on the dash. I found the factory settings came on too early for my preference.
That's a great feature!

my main issue is that I do a lot of highway driving, so if I hop on a canyon afterwards I drop from 60 miles in the tank to like 10 in an instant, makes for a less enjoyable experience lol
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That's a great feature!

my main issue is that I do a lot of highway driving, so if I hop on a canyon afterwards I drop from 60 miles in the tank to like 10 in an instant, makes for a less enjoyable experience lol
Itís not metric, but the connected drive app will tell you the fuel level in gallons.
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^ This. Love it.
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That's a great feature!

my main issue is that I do a lot of highway driving, so if I hop on a canyon afterwards I drop from 60 miles in the tank to like 10 in an instant, makes for a less enjoyable experience lol
It’s not metric, but the connected drive app will tell you the fuel level in gallons.
Oooooooo that's really good. If that was displayable data it would be perfect, but that is definitely a good intermediary.
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