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Car runs fine but gas millage dropped to about 10 mpg this week

Car runs fine but gas millage dropped to about 10 mpg and a strong order of burnt gas and some black smoke. This all started after I cleaned the throttle body and did a small adjustment to the throttle position sensor.. .The car is a 4 cylinder.auto,with 230000 miles.with a recent major tune up The car went threw Ca. smog last mouth just fine. Thanks for any help Mike

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Might have burnt piston rings. check if u are burning oil, if not then thats ur problem. (piston rings)

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