Question about 1997 Toyota Tercel
Did you use the recommended manufacturers spark plugs for your car? are they gapped as per the manufacturer...did you break a plug wire inadvertently while removing the plugs or crack a spark plug insulator(the white porcelain part of the plug)? did you knock a vacumn line(hose) off the engine when working on the plugs?
Posted on May 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
The size of the engine alone will not
determine gas mileage. There are many other
factors including vehicle weight, design of the motor, etc. So in answer to
question 1, size isn't going to matter.
For question #2, make sure you change the
oil, oil filter, air filter and keep the tires inflated to recommended specs.
That might help you out a bit...
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