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Mileage

Drive slow, use less brakes and clutch to get more mileage

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My 2006 Chrysler 300 poor gas mileage Problem


POOR FUEL CONSUMPTION CAUSED BY LOW TIRE PRESSURE.TRANSMISSION SLIPPING DUE TO FAULTY TORQUE CONVERTER OR SLIPPING CLUTCH MANUAL TRANSMISSION.CLOGGED AIR FILTER, DIRTY FUEL INJECTORS LEAKING FUEL INJECTORS. HIGH SPEED DRIVING.CITY DRIVING LOT OF SHORT STOPS. RUNNING CAR AIR CONDITIONER ALOT.DRAGGING BRAKES MEANING PARKING BRAKE NOT ADJUSTED CORRECTLY.

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what is typical mileage to replace all 4 brakes on 2007 E 350 ???


This depends totally on the type of driving you do. If you are doing mostly city and are an aggressive driver your brakes will not last. Probably less than 20,000 miles. If you do mostly highway and are a reasonable driver could be as much as 50,000. There is no typical mileage, everyone drives differently and in different weather conditions. Best thing is to have your brakes and rotors checked by a competent mechanic.

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How do you increase gas mileage on 2000 lincoln ls?


clean the inyectors and change the spark plugs

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Cluctch, brake, wheels


brake lockup. due to tight torance from the brake padle to the master boot. loosen the nut on push rod behind the brake padle and decrease the rod travel.
as far as the clutch, you may have the same problem.
do a serach in the Internet for the tolerance. usually is 1/8 to 1/4"

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ther should be a separate resovoir for the clutch

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