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The single largest contributing factor to fuel economy on your vehicle is the “loose nut behind the wheel”. Driver input affects the amount of fuel you use more than anything else. The Ecometer by AutoMeter is a simple, plug and play device that connects to your vehicle’s OBDII port and allows for instantaneous monitoring of the exact fuel economy of your vehicle. So much more than a simple vacuum gauge, the Ecometer monitors a huge range of engine parameters to precisely determine how much you’re spending at the pump. A digital tach and speedometer are also included in it’s functions, as well as instant and cumulative fuel economy. Designed to work with nearly any 1996 and newer OBDII gasoline engine vehicle, the Ecometer can help you to easily realize fuel savings of up to 30% with only minor changes in driving habit.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Compatible with most gasoline ODBII equipped vehicles from 1996 to present
- Includes 5ft. Wiring Harness with 1 wire installation which easily plugs into OBDII port
- Displays RPM, Speed, Instant MPG, and Average MPG.
- Installs in minutes!
- Ecometer's ecograph helps you improve your driving habits to increase your fuel efficiency and reduce your fuel costs.
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- Hardware Included
Will this product work on a 2004 Nissan Titan?Thank you so much for contacting us. This product should work with any 1996 and newer, OBDII compliant, gasoline engine vehicle. That should include the 2004 Titan. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-30
Hello, will this particular item work on DIESEL vehicles that use an OBD II?Hi Derek, thank you so much for contacting us. The Ecometer is unfortunately only designed to work with gasoline engines. You can however get all the same functions (plus many more) with the AutoMeter DashLink, which will work perfectly with a diesel. You can check out DashLink here: http://www.autometer.com/dashlink-obdii-digital-gauges-apple-ios.htmlDate published: 2018-01-26
Can the Ecometer without the lower stand? I want to place the ecometer into a gauge pod.Thank you so much for contacting us. Unfortunately the Ecometer is unique in our lineup in that the mount is part of the gauge itself. It can't be removed from the housing. Sorry for the bad news.Date published: 2018-01-02
is this compatible with a 1997 ford ranger, or a 1999 lexus sc300?Hi Jasper. Thank you for contacting us. The 9105 Ecometer is compatible with all gasoline OBD-II based 1996 and later vehicles. It should work on both your 1997 Ranger and 1999 Lexus.Date published: 2017-12-21
I would like to install the ecometer on my 2002 Chevy Avalanche but cannot do normal dash placement. Is their another option for placing the meter? Maybe a kit that will mount it in another location? Please advise. Thank you Susan kolbHi Susan, thank you so much for contacting us. Unfortunately, the Ecometer is basically a fixed configuration for mounting. The dial does rotate almost all the way around inside the housing, so it's pretty versatile in terms of mounting options, but you will need to utilize the Dual Lock mounting method. Sorry for the bad news.Date published: 2017-12-15
Do you have the gauge in kilometers per hour?Hi Ivan, thank you so much for contacting us. Unfortunately, the Ecometer is currently only configured to read in MPH. Sorry for the bad news. Date published: 2017-11-30
Will this work on a VW TDI?Thank you so much for contacting us. The Ecometer is unfortunately only designed to work with gasoline engines. You can however get all the same functions (plus a whole lot more) with the AutoMeter DashLink, which will work perfectly with a diesel. You can check out DashLink here: http://www.autometer.com/dashlink-obdii-digital-gauges-apple-ios.html Hope this helps!Date published: 2017-11-30
Can this be removed from the flat mount and be mounted in an a pillar gauge pod?Hi Grikk, thank you so much for contacting us. This particular gauge is unique in that the mount is actually part of the gauge itself. As such, it will unfortunately not mount in a pillar pod. Sorry for the bad news.Date published: 2017-11-27
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