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Fuel consuption my honda passport 1998 model consumes 2much fuel, when the fuel tank is filled to brim the car will not accelerate well until the fuel reduces in the tank.the irregular acceleration is between 10 to 30 km/hr.

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    for example for a 45kilometer distance, it uses almost have a tank.



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Hi get the engines codes read see what is stored as if there is a fuel problem it will be stored have you sreviced it and i must addmit if i was to guess i would suspect the tps at fault or the cars miss firing yates210456

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