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Re: upnormal consumption in gasoline
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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i doubt very much if it would be running at 1 litre per 1 kilometer
at very rich combustion stops at 10:1 as the fuel puts he fire out
I'm not disputing your figures just I would be looking for a fuel leak from a hose , filter leak or leak in the tank or some one stealing fuel
run the fault codes
check the fuel system from tank to manifold
A difficult question to answer and the manafactures them selves only give vague answers to this. Why Because there are so many variables to consider. How you drive will influence the consumption. Tyre pressures. Conditions Hilly/ flat country city etc. Weather hot /cold windy Road conditions hard surface / loose gravel etc. Load carried- Roof mounted boot full etc Generally around 10 ltrs per 100 klms city and around 8.5 for highway and steady 100 klm per hr speed . Anything else depends on you.
Hi, the CRV typically gets 9.5 litres per 100 Km, the gas tank on a CRV is 58L. You should be able to go about 610km on a single tank, but that is a FULL tank to EMPTY. I'd suggest filling up every 500-550km to be safe.
to see what you get for mileage, take it to a gas station and fill it till the pump stops and reset your trip meter. Drive it around like you normally would to work or whatever till the tank is almost empty and go fill it up again till the pump stops. Its best to go to the same pump you used before. Once it is full look to see how many gallons or liters you put in(This is how many you used since the last time you filled up). Take the number of miles/kilometers from your trip meter(the number of miles/kilometers you drove since you last filled up) and divide it by the gallons/liters you used and you will get your miles/kilometers per gallon/liter. Compare this with the rating your vehicle is suppose to get. But remember it can very depending on how you drive.
Miles/kilometers divided by gallons/liters
Check the following things: air filter, wheel alignment, and timing belt, all of them if not serviced on time can affect your fuel consumption. I do not think its the heat because I drive my car in Phoenix AZ with temperatures comparable to Dubai and I still get 500+ km/tank.