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Upnormal consumption in gasoline

When i bought my car since three months it was passing around 480 kilometers per full tank but now not more than 380???i have changed the spark ignition , air filter , gasolin filter

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Try changing the oxygen sensors this will make the biggest difference in fuel consumption. also depends on weather conditions and fuel quality in your area i know where i am at winter fuel runs alot worse then summer fuel because of the emission control additives they put in it.

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