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Daewoo kalos bad fuel consumption

Have recently bought above car has clean air filter no fuel leaks no fault ligts on dash what could be possible cause other than dirty fuel injectors car has 240000 kms on clock cheers

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SOURCE: GM Daewoo Kalos - Excessive fuel consumption 15L/100km

o2 sensor bad or ,dirty or clogged injectors hope this helps

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- Front Heated oxygen sensor may be faulty
- Injectors may be faulty
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- Lack of fuel
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- Incorrect PCV hose connec
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