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Mpgs going down

My 2007 Camry was getting 29 mpg and is now at 23 mpg I changed the spark plugs and cleaned the injectors all to no avail

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Hey, toyotas r sensitive to air quality. Remove the factory air filter
for an aftermarket one. Fram or Pureolator will do. In my mind,
factory air filter 4 the camry r 2 restrictive

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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    try drivin in 4th gear like i do. This iz 4 all u automatic transmission drivers like me!!!!!!

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Well there are many reasons mpg's go down. low or inaccurate air pressure in the tires. sparks plugs and/or wires going bad, dirty fuel filter bad gas and others

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