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16 liters for 100 km i think this is too high

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With the price of fuel being so high, sounds like someone has siphoned the fuel from the tank...Maybee a locking gas cap would be a good idea. That kinda fuel consumption, you would be able to see a leak or notice car preformance.Let me know if that helps

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I5 engine. 4 cylinders. high MPG or high liters/100km

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  2. no matter scan it. scan it with a obd2 scan tool (USA CAR?)
  3. first make sure the engine thermostat reaches 180F. more.
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2: leaking injectors.
3: ECU stuck in limp home mode, and sucking fuel and has bad sensors.
4: exhaust pipe newer front oxygen sensor cracked, (sucks fuel now)
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* 3A-U 1.5 L (1490 cc) I4, 8-valve SOHC, carb, 83 hp (62 kW)
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