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2004 ford explorer burning alot of gas all of a sudden. changed

2004 burning alot of gas all of a sudden. changed gas filter and ac filter, putting over 110 worth a gas a week when i usually put like 50 dollars. Checked for gas leak but cannot find one.

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You may have bad o2 sensors, also when was your last tune-up?

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