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Re: will changing newe plugs and wires help on lesser gas...
Replace plugs every 24000 miles or so(two years) buying good quality parts is another good idea. shop around, cheap parts are cheap for one reason. regular tune ups will help your car run and perform better. being easy with the gas pedal will help also
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yes your plug wires are bad. this sounds like a fuel system problem (ie plugged filter, flat injector weak pump) a good tune up will take care of it all. the Ford dealer will have all the correct factory parts as well as ford trained technicians to do the job right. also in today's market place you would be surprised how competitively priced they are.
tune up sparkplugs, air filter, oil filter,wires if has them fuel filter,if these items havent been done it will affect ur fuel consumption because the engine is working harder threw the grime and old parts that have to be changed, trust me this will make a difference
Even if you don't have any codes you may have o2 sensors that are going bad and not performing up to par. Your o2 sensors are one of the most important sensors because they control fuel/air mixture for the computer by telling it what is coming out of the engine for exhaust- too rich or too lean- then the computer compensates according to what it is told by the o2 sensors, engine coolant temp sensor also plays an important part for that.
the pump should stop when it builds up to the correct pressure. if it continues to pump and you smell fuel then you probably have a fuel leek. normally fuel consumption will increase with a leek, even slightly.
wow, not normal, ok u can choose, get it to the garage to repair (will cost lesser then you spelling oil to drive to shops) or selling all the stuff of ure car and buy a new one :) good luck nice car btw