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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your carburettor secondary dashpot is engaging. Check the short hose that comes form the carby body to the dashpot for cracks.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Not much to be done, however there is always this:
proper tires, alignment
Proper tire inflation (this is huge)
clean air filter, perhaps an air filter that is less restrictive
proper motor oil
Be certain the engine is at proper temp, not running too cool.
I hope this may have helped,
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
There are many factors that go into a cars value. You best bet to get the best ball park figure is to google search NADA blue book or Kelly Blue Book. These companies specialize in determining the value of vehicles and are the industry standard when it comes to car value.
Once you are on there site you will enter several key important pieces of information like engine size, 2 door or 4 door, Royal or brougham, sunroof, what power option, Etc. and then give you the approximate values.
Off the top of my head you could expect any where from $1000 to $2500 depending on the condition. New brake, tires, or other repairs make no difference on the value of the car. Those are things that needed to be done although they are good selling points.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
SOURCE: my kia serphia year of
The easiest (and most important) things are:
Engine tuneup. New plugs, plug wires, and air filter. If it has a distributor cap and rotor, replace them, making sure the plug wires go back to the same places they came off of.
Tires. Good condition and proper air pressure.
Brakes. Good condition and not dragging. E-brake is free and not dragging.
If you like to drive very fast, slow down. a "heavy foot" is very bad for fuel economy.
After the easy stuff is done, check fuel economy again and you may see an improvement of 20% or more!
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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