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My car consumes 25 L/100km , would you please send me expected causes

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Check for signs of leaks, does it smoke when running? you donty say if its petrol or Derv?

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A single led requires much less than the 12 volt supply and if connected directly it would be damaged but by wiring many in a combination of series and parallel circuits and perhaps with a series resistor reliable operation is achieved. The benefits of led lamps is they operate cooler and consume less current and are not sensitive to vibration or thermal shock like standard bulbs.

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If you have coolant in the oil, this will be an expensive and time consuming repair. Fingers crossed there is not coolant in the oil.

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