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Over consuption of fuel

My care consumess alot of fuel for one liter gose for only one km/h please advise me what to do about the system

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That is a very low consumption figure, are you sure you don't have a leak in the fuel system?

Of course it depends on the vehicle, engine size etc and the driving conditions eg city or high speed driving and weight being carried.

You should have had the ignition system i.e plugs, injectors and air filters checked over. An over rich mixture can drastically reduce fuel consumption.




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