Question about 1989 Chrysler New Yorker
There are a series of issues that could be causing your Chrysler to use up more fuel
1. If you wheels are not properly aligned and balanced, that is problem number one
2. If your Nozzles [diesel engines] or Carburator [gasoline] are not properly set, there is your problem number 2
3. If you havent serviced the oil and it is old, by now it has become light meaning it is not providing enough lubrication between the moving parts
I am sure there are a dozen other possibilties, but for me the first one is always an important one
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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