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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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This has to be done by a good mechanic. Either you used a heavy viscosity engine oil, not appropiate for full injections, and know you must have a darnish-brown rock pasted in the twin cam heading or a built up in the oil suctioner pan at the crankcase. Clean everything and you will be surprised on results.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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You should get on a full tank about 530 klm thats what i get in my mazda 3 neo 2007 model.
I then head straight for petrol station without any problems. I could problebly drive a bit further but havent taken that chance yet.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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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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I get 10 km/liter around town, and 12 or so on a trip with a 3.0 TD

Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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18 to 24 is not unusual for this car with the aircon on.fitting a freeflow inlet filter may help.(k&n)

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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if auto trans fluid and filter there to. Check tires and pressure (we forget that affects fuel)
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That is a very low consumption figure, are you sure you don't have a leak in the fuel system?

Of course it depends on the vehicle, engine size etc and the driving conditions eg city or high speed driving and weight being carried.

You should have had the ignition system i.e plugs, injectors and air filters checked over. An over rich mixture can drastically reduce fuel consumption.




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