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That is a very vague question... what do you mean? Do you want it to get better fuel mileage? Change driving habits, tune-up engine, properly inflate tires or even go to low friction tires and fluids/oils, remove any unneeded weight, duct-tape any seems on the front of the vehicle, avoid hills and rapid acceleration...

Really, there are many factors that can minutely help fuel mileage and/or range, but the most important factor is the driver. Sensible driving (which most people don't do) is the single greatest factor in fuel mileage. Sadly, SUVs (or any vehicle) is only going to get a certain range of fuel mileage, so don't expect more than 1-2 mpg difference.

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If you look at your owners manual it will tell you that it is recommended that you only use the 89 or greater octane fuel and any thing below this can damage the engine i have the same truck and i have dome a lot of testing with the different fuels and they are right if i spend the extra 5 or 6 cents to get the good fuel i get better fuel mileage along with following the a regular tuneup intervals and also keeping the tires properly inflated helps out a lot ok So try these easy steps and you will find out that you will start getting better mileage

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Poor gas mileage


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I would start with a tune up, Spark plugs , wires , new fuel filter. Then check fuel mileage . The tires believe it or not have to have correct air priessure , This also is a factor in fuel economy.
If the fuel ecomony does not get better then you should have the fuel system check. The fuel pump could be weak pressure or a throttle body cleaning service should be performed.
The next step after this would be the fuel injector replacement. Now your are talking a investing a few bucks into the car. The most cost effective is to start with a tune up and fuel injector cleaner in the fuel tank, You can pick up the parts at your local auto parts store.

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what kind of exhaust do you got, the converter actually may help get better mileage. scan egr for errors in emmisions, get the timing checked mabe running rich, check pcv valves,test knock sensor, 02 sensor( scan might not pick up) lemme know how it goes

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