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Fuel consumption of 1800 cc fielder model 2007

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Bad fuel consumptin

good thinking. plugs/wires/air and fuel filter/
if auto trans fluid and filter there to. Check tires and pressure (we forget that affects fuel)
Never hurts to clean injectors.
If you can choke out the extra bucs, use full sythetic oil.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: what is the normal fuel consumption of 4wd 1.8 cc

seems a lot of fuel for for a 1.8

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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SOURCE: I am having a Toyata Premio F 2007 and Fuel

only use the first third of the gas peddle
use premium grade fuel(computer controlled engine will adjust for better fuel quality)
TURN OFF THE A/C uses about 25% of your fuel.
sorry to say this, but next time buy a smaller engine/body car (in england, if it dont do more than 45 mpg,as an average,the residual value is pants...)

Posted on Jun 22, 2010

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SOURCE: i bought honda fit 2007. i think my car fuel consumption is more than normal. so, i wanted to know honda fit 2007 1300L. fuel consumption rate.

check air filter.

Posted on Feb 26, 2013

SOURCE: what type of fuel should i use my toyota fielder ?

I would like to know when im suppose to replce the fan belt and timing belt of toyota corolla fielder 2001 model

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I owned 1300 cc belta car , the fuel consumption rate is 8.5 km/l in urban setting . Is it normal consumption rate? I think it a little high rate for 1300 cc


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Toyota Fielder is equipped with (Continuous Velocity Transmission) CVT. Better to replace the CVT oil every 100,000 Km. The recommended oil is Toyota Genuine CVT Fluid TC with part number 08886-02105 4 Litres. Requires inspection after every subsequent 40,000 Km under normal conditions and 25000 Km under severe conditions.

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I have a toyota fielder 2007 with 1.8 engine. its starts perfectly in the morning. but during the day when i press the button it usually takes very long to start around 8-10 seconds. or atleast i have to...


Hi Cookie, These vehicles are often fitted with the new D4 Direct injection engines. I would suggest you take it for a diagnostic scan. A very common fault on these vehicles is the high pressure unit fitted to the engine becomes defective. Another is the injectors becoming fouled. I will not be surprised if the scan shows a defective temperature sender unit which is responsible for enriching the engine fuel supply during start up. Regards John

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What type of fuel should i use my toyota fielder ?


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good thinking. plugs/wires/air and fuel filter/
if auto trans fluid and filter there to. Check tires and pressure (we forget that affects fuel)
Never hurts to clean injectors.
If you can choke out the extra bucs, use full sythetic oil.

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