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Will a blocked cat increase my fuel consumtion

I have a 2010 Suzuki Grande Vitara Whilst I'm on the beach it uses 8.5 liters per 100 Klm But whilst I'm freeway driving it uses 11.5 per 100 Klm And have been told is due to a blocked cat converter

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Yes it will. Your having to depress the fuel pedal more and force more fuel into the engine. Eventually the engine will just stop running because the exhaust cannot get out.

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Why has my grande Vitara lost its power ?


no engine stated, is it really a 2001.>? GV?
over 50 reasons want us to guess, we ill if needed, and is a waste.
lost engine power.
only on curbs. really>?
not hills , do tell on the road performance.
ive driven vast cars , trucks and motor cycles up crubs
and everyone needed the clutch slipped. at 0mph.
low power has vast cause but in pure physics
short list it physics,
longer is tests (1 to 10 tests)
then 50 causes !
physics, 101 Petrol gasoline (good gas tops my list)
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1b: cat converter melted or EGR stuck wide open,
2: weak or bad spark or timing wrong on any cylinders; scan it yet?
3 bad fueling, (too lean, or to rich and misfiring)

1,2,3. scan it yet?
I'll not attempt to do the list of tests.
nor the 50 causes... ever.

why not get the car serviced,?
most cars this old , need a tuneup. do one this decade? or ever?

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