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93 camry low gas mileage just had tune up but still burns alot of gas

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Either your car is running cold,or your 02 sensor is bad

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Volvo 850 sometimes runs rough and gets low gas mileage sometimes runs fine


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I am smelling fuel and it burns alot of gas.


Check for leaks, service engine lights since CTS (Coolant temp sensor) can cause the vehicle to run rich. Keep in mind that there is a lot of Ethenol in our gas that is lowing the gas mileage on our vehicles.The canister purge tank can cause gas smell if it isn't working right, but the computer should give you a service engine light on any of these.

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2003 CHEVEY BLAZER POOR GAS MILAGE Just tuned up , new wires,plugs, pvc vavle,rotor ,cap.air filter ,fuel filter, seems to run great, no check engine light, 74000 miles, new tires, only getting approx 8...


What grade of fuel are you using? There are many conditions that effect gas mileage. The way a vehicle is driven, is it shifting correctly, flooring it to get up to speed from dead stop also known as Jack Rabbit starts, driving with the defroster on when it isn't needed or the setting just above that can be used. Back in the 90's most car manufacturers made a change to their heating.cooling system that caused the AC compressor to kick in when the selector was set to defrost. This puts drag on teh motor and decreases gas mileage. Build up on valves and low compression in the firing cylinders will cause you to lose gas mileage as well. Do a compression check on the motor to make sure you don't have abnormally high compression or low compression on cylinders and use a bottle of gas treatment in your fuel to clean some of the carbon build up from injectors and valves. Also start using the Mid grade fuel. Not the High Octane in your area. In Texas we typically have 3 choices 87, 89 and 93 to choose from. Low grade is enough to run the vehicle but performance is low as well as mileage. I use the 89 octane for better performance and better mileage. The High Octane or 93 isn't really good as it leads to higher carbon build up on the valves. Also check your oil often and make sure your changing it every 4000 miles at the longest. All of this along with making sure you change the Air Filter every 5000 miles will increase your mileage.

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I have a 1998 buick regal it has been recently tuned up was getting very good gas mileage and runnin well now it is burning more gasoline...no change in performance and no engine light codes


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mcdevito75 here, Vacumn lines broke or disconnected will truely effect gas mileage even with the best tune up, Leaking fuel injectors also, a leak in your fuel system also, you can usually smell the gas, also a crack in the intake manifold or loose bolts on the intake manifold will create bad gas mileage, have your repair shop check all these items for you.

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Burning alot of fuel 2001 chevy impala 3.4 engine. Check engine light on. recent tune up. 95,000 miles. Car also hesitates highway acceloration. Thank you.


First....you will have to check the code(s) stored in the computer.
The check engine light is telling you....you have a problem and fixing that problem may help with your fuel mileage.
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I just tune up my car and know i am getting bad gas miles


The only way you can determine your gas mileage is by filling the tank then driving it down, filling it up again and dividing miles driven by gallons burned. You can't determine gas mileage by how fast the gage goes down. You may have made a mistake in your tune-up and got a couple of wires crossed. Someone may be staeling your gas.

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IF IS IS THE 4 CYL. YOU CAN EXPECT ABOUT 30 - 35 MPG ON THE HWY.. CAR IS EXCELLENT ON GAS.

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