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2004 Suzuki Grand Vitara 1.6 Sport 16v fuel problem

Basically what is the problem she drinks heavy amounts of petrol i have been told the air box sensor might be broken but i am open to all solutions this is a newly brought second hand car with low miles but if there's anybody who knows what the problem is please tell me it has standard tyres on it but the a new mufti silenced exhaust systems everything is standard on this 4x4 and its starting to cost too much to run due to it only does average 140miles to half a tank

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