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Hey guys,

My 2012 Aurion ZR6's cruising range was running low (around 10km) so I put around 15L of petrol in the car, and the cruising range stayed at 15km and is now down to 0 with a quarter tank of petrol.

Tried resetting the Average L/100km a couple times but it stayed the same.

Any ideas why?

Cheers.

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You probably haven't put enough fuel in for it to automatically reset.

On another note, constantly running at low fuel levels will cause early failure to your fuel pump. The pump will be constantly be trying to pull the sediment from the bottom of the tank as well as the pump relies on the fuel around it to cool it.

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I don't usually let it run low, but was trying to push it as far out as I could cause fuel prices are crazy at the moment lol.

But cheers for the advice, will try fill up the tank and see how I go.

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4 hours ago, trentmeyer23 said:

We are around $1.00/L(91octane) where I am in QLD right now.

Average Price today in Sydney where i am was around the $1.22/L > 91.

 

Also, full tank fixed it, cheers for the help!

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You guys got lucky in cheap prices. In perth average price is $1.30 on any given days with cheapest on Mondays and Wednesdays at very far away spots which renders having cheap petrol point moot! You drive all the way just for cheap petrol and waste that petrol going home in traffic.

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I'd say that at least you don't have to maintain using 98 fuel, buuuut I've taught myself to just look at the price of it and shrug. I need fuel to go places, chasing the cheapest is not worth the time and travel to me, and if I really need to start making savings I've got many, many other areas that I could cut down expenditure on first.

And whilst our prices aren't as nice as they are on the East coast, and nowhere near as good as what America gets fuel for, I'm grateful that we don't pay the sort of prices that I saw in Europe last year.

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