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I just took the '07V out of winter storage and took it for a spin. It's only got 95 miles on it so it has not been driven much yet. I just noticed that there appears to be a 1 to 2 MPH difference between the MPH indicated on the HUD and the MPH on the analog speedometer. The HUD MPH is always 1 to 2 MPH higher. Is this possible or is it just my imagination? If it's not my imagination, is there anything that I can do to fix it?
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I just took the '07V out of winter storage and took it for a spin. It's only got 95 miles on it so it has not been driven much yet. I just noticed that there appears to be a 1 to 2 MPH difference between the MPH indicated on the HUD and the MPH on the analog speedometer. The HUD MPH is always 1 to 2 MPH higher. Is this possible or is it just my imagination? If it's not my imagination, is there anything that I can do to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
Ernie
I've noticed that on ours too. Exactly the same as yours, and the HUD always seems to agree with the occasional road-side radar speed sign I encounter.
 
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Boy, you guys are getting picky now.
I just took the '07V out of winter storage and took it for a spin. It's only got 95 miles on it so it has not been driven much yet. I just noticed that there appears to be a 1 to 2 MPH difference between the MPH indicated on the HUD and the MPH on the analog speedometer. The HUD MPH is always 1 to 2 MPH higher. Is this possible or is it just my imagination? If it's not my imagination, is there anything that I can do to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
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I don't mean to be nit-picky. On my '05 regular XLR, the two agreed perfectly. So I guess my question is, is there something wrong since they don't agree on the V? Or, is this just normal manufacturing tolerance stuff with which I need to learn to deal.
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I don't mean to be nit-picky. On my '05 regular XLR, the two agreed perfectly. So I guess my question is, is there something wrong since they don't agree on the V? Or, is this just normal manufacturing tolerance stuff with which I need to learn to deal.
Ernie
Ebferro, it`s the normal manuf. tolerance. I`ve got it on my XLR and also on my STS, there`s about 1 - 2 miles difference from analog to HUD speedo.

The same was on my Vette`s I had before this Cadillac`s.

1 - 2 miles is no big deal:nono

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