Question about 2000 Volvo V70
I recently had to have my camshaft seals, etc fixed do to oil leaks. I also had them replace the timing belt. Now when I drive I find the car is burning through fuel rapidly - I get about 13L/100KM. When I accelerate out of a idle position my instantaneous fuel consumption read out stated anything between 80-99L/100KM. I also believe the car is in a high gear.
I changed my Air Mas sensor about 2 months ago - could it be dead again?
Most cars when moving off idle would hit 99lt/100klm.
From memory do you know what it used to use.
Tensioner or pulleys could be faulty and increasing drag on engine??? Have you changed fuel types???
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