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Chevrolet Corsica fuel problem

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I have a chevy ' 91,and she's "eating"too much!! I'am from Romania and here gas is very expensive!!! Is someone who can help me with a idea?

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  • Kirk May 11, 2010

    do you have a codes?



    likely cause is a bad oxygen sensor

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Make sure the spark plugs are set right and clean then given the cars age i would say the catalytic converter needs replaced. keep a clean air filter in it also your brand of oils and filter are important don`t settle for just any oil the best two that i`vie tested is GTX castrol oil and valvoline syntec high mileage. oil filter recommended FRAM

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