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I have a new titanium puma there is a same car looks like it is going uphill which comes and goes on the dash it also goes from white to blue cannot find it in the book any one got an idea what’s is for in the picture below it is just under the small batterie for the hybrid gauge thanks see picture below

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3 hours ago, Keith tomson said:

I have a new titanium puma there is a same car looks like it is going uphill which comes and goes on the dash it also goes from white to blue cannot find it in the book any one got an idea what’s is for in the picture below it is just under the small batterie for the hybrid gauge thanks see picture below

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I had the same question in the begining, when i bought my new Focus ecoblue (diesel 1.5lt) 3 months ago.

The foot pressing a pedal that shows on your dashboard, takes only two colors...

The first is white and the second is a blue foot on a pedal.

So, if the foot on pedal becomes white, the E.C.U. indicates you that you have a lot of energy or fuel consumption (it depends of what engine your car use, petrol/diesel/electric).

If the foot on pedal becomes blue, the E.C.U. indicates you that you have an economic way of driving with the less fuel/energy requirement.

Actually, It is an indicator that helps you drive your car with fuel economy.

Blue foot is economy, white foot is waste.

Everything is ok.

I wish you good and safe trips with your beautiful new car!!!

Always have health and prosperity!!!

Greeetings from sunny but cold Greece!

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4 hours ago, Keith tomson said:

 it also goes from white to blue cannot find it in the book any one got an idea what’s is for.

Thanks I learnt something new from the responses, which make sense.  However I have read the manual (on a screen ☹️) a few times and hadn’t picked up on this.  It’s no good having these features if they’re not explained.

 

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