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My car is burning too much fuel. Average consumption is 8km/L. I've changed its filters but no use. Please advise an appropriate solution.

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Depending on where you are, fuel prices have gone up but little can be said for the quality, especially if you are not using premium, either way, have your injectors cleaned, make sure they remove them and they do not do a in car clean, you will be surprised at the responsiveness and the fuel consumption but keep in mind it will never be like new, just like us :)

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