which fuel gauge? Your stock one or one of the readings on the ultra gauge? I too have an ultragauge and find it rather simple to understand but can still see how it would be confusing. If your "fuel level" gauge on the ultragauge is off it is because you need to set it everytime you put gas in the truck. There is an option that allows you to add a certain amount of gas or you can do a fuel fillup which puts it to the max you set it as.
As I said in my post already; no the fuel gauge does not reset automatically. You must do it yourself. As for abbreviations there should be some in the manual/online.Well the fuel gauge is showing a full tank when it's not. I'm guessing it can't tell when you fill up.
I can't find out how to recalibrate it to my sure size.
And there's a abbreviation for every gauge. Example: miles per gallon-mpg. I want to know what they all stand for. I get some but not all.
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My 2005 doesn't seem to have that. I just stopped using those particular gauges . . . got tired of the manual input of the data, lol. Love my Ultragauge though.