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Extreme fuel sonsumption+ Idle Bog

I recently changed the plug wires, fuel filter and spark plugs on my
1989 integra ls it ran great for a week or so then started consuming fuel very very heavily. the idle bog is back and has a very hard time getting started and running.

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Try putting fuel injector & carburetor cleaner that mite solve the problem

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