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How can i know if i have defected computer

Burn alot of fuel

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Define alot, that word means nothing
post range per gallon, MPG.
or post Liters per 100km
or >?
only data makes senses.
by pick the most expensive part on car to change out. on a guess.
post your MPG.

here are all thing for low mpg.

start at measurement errors. or stolen fuel.

http://www.fixkick.com/MPG.html

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