- 01-28-12 07:12 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): SRX, 2012
- Join Date
- Jan 2012
New Cadillac owner here. First time I have had two speedometers other than a GPS and the one in the car. One analog and one digital. The analog records the speed one mile per hour less than the digital. Do others have this happening? Is it a big deal? Guess I need to hook up my old GPS and see what the consensus is??
- 01-29-12 09:57 AM #2
I think the digital rounds the off the next highest point. 60.2 mph would read 61 mph. Nothing to worry about.
- 01-29-12 10:17 AM #3
Yea, mine does that too. Just it reads one higher kilometer.
- 01-29-12 05:57 PM #4
- 01-30-12 11:01 PM #5
Mine is 1 to 2 mph difference. Dealer said that is normal. I said it would not be in an Audi A6.
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