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    hey guys i have prob with my honda city i-vtec as it is comsuming too much fuel. like i refuled 20 liters and it only traveled 160 kms and showed me low fuel light. i drove it soft like under 3000 rpm but still for a 1.3 ltr engine thats a shame. i have changed the air filter and the plugs.

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    @jallal_khaan Poor fuel economy could be cause by number of reasons for example:Dirty Fuel Injectors,Sluggish Oxygen Sensors,Engine Misfire,Low Compression and etc.... you should get your car scanned with the OBD2 scanner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jallal_khaan View Post
    hey guys i have prob with my honda city i-vtec as it is comsuming too much fuel. like i refuled 20 liters and it only traveled 160 kms and showed me low fuel light. i drove it soft like under 3000 rpm but still for a 1.3 ltr engine thats a shame. i have changed the air filter and the plugs.
    change your petrol pump

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    In city driving, my city gives me 9-10kpl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aqs29 View Post
    In city driving, my city gives me 9-10kpl.
    auto or manual ??
    BEST THINGS IN LIFE R NEVER FREE

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikmech View Post
    @jallal_khaan Poor fuel economy could be cause by number of reasons for example:Dirty Fuel Injectors,Sluggish Oxygen Sensors,Engine Misfire,Low Compression and etc.... you should get your car scanned with the OBD2 scanner.
    Recently i started a thread about bad quality fuel and tried to find out its relations with Engine oil.
    i got only 1 reply and that was from zulfiqar (a man with handsome/authentic knowledge)

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/oil...cts-engine-oil

    and according to him, bad fuel quality DOES NOT bring any significant affect on quality of the engine oil. However always driving cold car is harmful. Am frankly still working on it and yet reaching different technicals to dig out more details.
    i think all these points has a direct linked with "fuel quality" which am still working on to find as well.

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