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Xl7 fuel consumption is high

I just need help on this. The car runs fine, I just changed the oil but the consumption is about 7km/L

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When I fuel up my oil pressure goes up i.e. 1/2 tank of fuel over 80 on the oil guage at same time fuel consumption goes up drasticaly


Adding fuel to the fuel tank is absolutely unrelated to to any change in engine oil pressure.
The oil pressure will be higher when the engine oil is cooler and lower when the engine oil has warmed up.

If you are experiencing abnormally high oil pressure on start up I suspect you are running the incorrect type and grade of oil in the engine. Only use the oil specification(type and grade) listed by the manufacturer for your engine and nothing else.. If you are unsure what that is then it is specified in your owners manual for the vehicle.

High fuel consumption has also nothing to do with your engine oil pressure. If you are experiencing high fuel consumption then please read and examine these factors..........................
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Hoe do I fix high fuel consumption in my car?


IN order to improve fuel consumption you must make the engine run more efficiently. here are the most important ways.
typical maintenance. (check the manual)

1. check air in tires
2. oil and oil filter change
3. spark plugs change (TUNE UP)
4. air filter change


you personally can do most of these things. go to local walmart and get most of these items. very easy.

good luck.

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My peugeot 406 ,fuel is leaking on the fuel pressure regulator when i fill the fuel tank and the consumption is very high about 1 liter per 7km.what could be the problem.


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- Check the valve timing. Timing belt may have jumped a tooth or it may have wrongly be installed.
- Adjust the ignition timing with strobe light to 8 degrees before top dead center with the map sensor pipe be removed (if it is a distributor type ignition system).

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High oil consumption suzuki xl7


The first thing to check is for oil leaks. After that, check the PCV system to make sure it is functioning properly (high crankcase pressure will cause the oil to be pushed past the piston rings).

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