Question about 1998 Honda Odyssey
You may have a problem with your O2 sensors. Check the condition of your air filter, if it's clogged then air cannot get into the engine like it should. Check the air pressure in your tires. If your tires are under inflated then the car has to work harder. Check the condition of the trans fluid and diff. fluid. Is your check engine light on? If so, get a scan done. This will tell you what sensor is causing a fuel consumption problem.
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