Question about 2004 Oldsmobile Alero
Goto pepboys autozone, etc. pick up some ZMAX or look for a fuel system cleaner called RUN RIGHT, run this thru the car, you may have build up that is robbing power and using a lot of gas, run that thru and then check to see if your milage is any better, also check your tire pressure, look on the inside of the driver door for correct pressure for the cars tires will be there, if the pressure you find is to low that can cause it, and if the tires are to full that can cause it to..... bring the tire pressures to the correct level, run the fuel system cleaner, that should help quite a bit.... hope this helps you...
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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