Yup, the DIC Coolant Temp display is the coolant temp gauge, its just digital
Normal cruising temp is 190-200, if its wicked cold out you may see 180-190. Hot weather you'll see up to 210 cruising around, sitting in traffic youll see it cycle from about 200-220. Up to 230 isnt an issue, but you dont wanna see 230 alot.
Youll have heat you can feel anytime the coolant temp is about 50degrees more than the ambient temp(temp shown with your odometer.)
it was about 28 degrees or so on the way to work this morning, coolant temp was over 80*F by the time I made it to the stop sign in my complex and i could feel warm air.
Your tire pressures should read 30psi for all 4 tires when you get in the car first thing in the morning. they will rise as you drive the fronts first followed by the rears, it isnt uncommon to see each tire have a diff pressure(LF35, RF34, LR33, RR32) they heat up differently because they have different loads on them. if youre car is evenly loaded, once your cruising down the road and warmed up expect to see about 34-37psi depending on weather, speed, etc, but once on the highway they will all usually
even out. I usually see 1psi higher in the front after they all get warmed up, LF is the first to warm up and RR is the last(when driving alone)
Your fuel range
updates all the time, so dont get excited when one minute it shows more or less mileage than it did before. Your instant fuel mileage
updates, well...instantly so its not uncommon to see this number fluctuate wildly as you drive, and change gas pedal position. Expect to see numbers between 3-99 for instant fuel economy.