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My volvo truck fm 13 8x4 is using a lot ov fuel

My fm 13 8x4 is using a lot ov fuel comperd with our fm 12 8x4 it is a good mile per gallon down on the outhers and with the fm 13 being an i shift we think it shuld be beta than the outhers it is not down on power. the only thing that cums up on computer is fuel feed presser fault.

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