Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
Make sure your wheels are aligned properly. Bad wheel alignment is when you are going on a flat stretch of road and you momentarily let go of the steering wheel . If it's out of alignment the car will pull toward the side . Check the air pressure on your tires. Low pressure on your tires slows down the car and drags making it use more power. So, the wheels have a lot to do with the gas milage.
Also give the car a tune up. Check that it is not missing or not running smooth.
Go the speed limit. I know we all want to get where we want to go in the least amount of time. But running the engine faster then we need to wastes more gas.
Finally, on the JC Whitney.com site they sell a devise that people say they get much better milage out of it. It costs about 36.00 but is worth it according to many people. I intend to try this thing myself. see how it goes.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help i have done the first two things i might just have to buy the device and get a tune up thanks much."
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