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4RUNNER 1990 TO MUCH IN GAS

Hi, i got 4runner 1990 i just kinda wondering if this is right.. i just got this for only 2 months. i just noticed that this is to much in gas.. i can only run the full tank for only 278 km ,, for 50 litters.. is that normal? if not please tell me what to do.. im planning to replace my oxygen sensor.. is it gonna help me to save some gas? thanks..

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    hi, i got 4runner 1990 i just kinda wondering if this is right.. i just got this for only 2 months. i just noticed that this is to much in gas.. i can only run the full tank for only 278 km ,, for 50 litters.. is that normal? if not please tell me what to do.. im planning to replace my oxygen sensor.. is it gonna help me to save some gas? thanks..

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That figures to 13 miles to the gallon you should be getting better than this check the air filter plugs and fuel filter may be time for a tune up o2 sensor might help also

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