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i have replaced 02 censors and map censors and my car is only getting 11 miles per gallon whay can i do to fix this problem 2001 2.7 dodge intrepid


30 miles per gallon equates to about 7.925 miles per liter of gasoline.


Multiply km per liter by 2.35 to get miles per gallon.


28.5 miles per gallon = about 12.1 kilometers per liter.


22 (kilometers per liter) = about 51.75 miles per gallon.


11.9 kilometers per liter = 28 miles per gallon.


(50 mile/gallon) x (1.609344 km/mile) x (1 gallon/3.7854 liter) = 21.26 km/literWe just noticed that this is not what the question asked, but it'ssuch an elegant solution that we decided to leave it here anyway.The answer to the question is:(50 miles/gallon) x (gallon/3.7854 liter) = 13.209miles/liter (rounded)



30 miles per gallon = 12.75 kilometers per liter.


10 (kilometers per liter) = 23.52 miles per gallon.


22 (kilometers per liter) = 51.75 miles per gallon.


45 miles per gallon = 19.13 kilometers per liter.


25 miles per gallon is 10.6285927 kilometers per liter


45 miles per gallon = 19.13 kilometers per liter.


9.6 (kilometers per liter) = 22.56 miles per gallon.


21 miles per gallon is 8.928 kilometers per liter.


It is approx 13.8 miles per gallon.


Between 13 miles per gallon and 16 miles per gallon.



Use this formula: km per liter x 2.352 = miles per gallon


15 (kilometers per liter) = about 35.3 miles per gallon.


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