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The resolution thing seems to be peculiar to the Laguna though. ST says that the Megane doesn't do it, and I'm pretty sure that the Clio doesn't either.
Must be the same software that Peugeot /Citroen use or used to use as in both the Picasso and Pug the miles remaining also went to zero as soon as the low fuel light came on. Reolution was the same. They couldn't even get the software right for the digital fuel gauge on the Picasso. I could put the car away overnight, on a flat garage floor, get in car following day to find fuel gauge had either increased by 2 bars or decreased by 2 bars. Or switch ignition on, 3 bars showing, by the time engine had cranked and started low fuel light came on, or vice versa.
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2010 Laguna III SportTourer Initiale Tom Tom.