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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Consider getting this info on ADDING Hydrogen power to your fuel. Raises fuel mileage 25% to 50%+.
Imagine if it works - raise your fuel mileage to 21+ in stop n go driving, up tp 35+, maybe 40 mpg with a steady low cruise on the highway, at 60-62 mph.
only costs $170-$200 if you can do it yourself, if you can change pcv / oxygen sensors / plugs / fuel filters, YOU can do it.
Else, pay a mechanic an extra $200 for 2 hours work for him/her to install in 45 minutes.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
it can be some reasons mybe cylinder head, inlet valve worn out.
it can be cuporator valve releasing more petrol into the inlet.
Brakes it can be. check contacpoint.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 Mini CVT Fuel Consumption
Hi Phil, your fuel economy sounds right for the CVT Mini. I have one, and find that around town the economy is not as good as you might expect for a small car. I'm getting the same as you. Out of town, I get from 6.5 to 7.5 l/100km depending how I drive.
Regarding the idle speed, the airconditioning compressor requires a higher idle speed otherwise the engine will not be able to maintain a steady idle. I had problems early in the life of the car with uneven idle speed, and BMW upgraded the software - solved the problem, and left me with a higher idle speed (just over 1000 rpm) with aircon on.
What year will it be when the value of the software in a car exceeds the value of the hardware?
Happy 2009, and long live the Mini Cooper!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
You're going to have to figure out what's causing the misfire. The car is almost 10 years old, so change the plugs to start with. If you still have a misfire, go to auto zone and have them pull the codes to find out which cylinder is the issue. Then figure out fuel or spark? Coil or injector? Was there a lean code? Check for a vacuum leak. Change the fuel filter and air filter for maintanence. The cruise control may be another issue.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
it has gotta be the o2 sensor, map sensor, or the mass air flow meter.............. these are the main inputs to the computer that controls the fuel control....let me know how that works out please
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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