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High fuel consumption on my Great Wall SA 220 double cab only 160 km on half tank what would be the problem, new spark plugs and filters

Change plugs and filters and oil

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What did the old spark plugs look like? This is the first place to start your diagnosis. This does not sound like a motorcycle.

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Hoe do I fix high fuel consumption in my car?


IN order to improve fuel consumption you must make the engine run more efficiently. here are the most important ways.
typical maintenance. (check the manual)

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