Depends on the overall condition of the truck. Mine averages about 18-20 MPG in the city and about 24-28 MPG on the highway. My truck is a 1986 Long Bed 2wd with a 22r-e Your truck, if it has a 22r is carbureted the 22re is fuel injected so that may also effect gas mileage between yours and mine. but the numbers are pretty close.
Many rave about the gas mileage Subaru's get. This could be their opinion, but as long as it was new and didn't have any fuel accessory issues (fuel pump, fuel filter)it should get grand mileage.
It lasts until it is empty. Depends on what fuel mileage you get and how largw the fuel tank is.
Replace it every 50,000 miles.
Bypassing the a/c compressor will not effect fuel mileage. As long as you have the a/c turned of it has no effect anyway the only time it has effect is when the a/c is running.
The previous answer was incorrect. Vehicles are designed with a turbo to recycle exhaust for added power with using more gasoline. Vehicles with turbos on will run faster with better fuel consumption and better mileage as long as it is tuned correctly.
because of the turbo you see the turbo takes up more fuel and as you go for long periods of time you use the turbo more and there goes your fuel and remember that it is just an approximation not an exact fuel millage
Inside the gas tank
The 2004 Toyota Highlander is 15'5" long.
a toyota is up ur but 2 feet long
There are many reasons to add a cold air intake but performance and mileage are the two main one. However, you need to know that in application the two work against each other. Too get more performance you need more air AND more fuel so to get one you need the other. Performance intakes help with gas mileage by letting the engine breathe easier, so your mileage increases... AS LONG as you drive the same way you would. So, all things being equal you will have better mileage and better performance with a cold air intake depending on which one you are using it for at the time. Click on the link if you are looking for an intake for your Toyota 4Runner. Cheers, GPI Performance.com
yes,but the motor is not running efficiently so it will likely have bad fuel mileage, and the unburned fuel could clog exhaust filters such as catalytic converter, it could cost you more in the long run, but it is possible
it runs for about 9 years not unless you change the motor it comes with. it wont rune long no matter what motor it is keep the original motor in it
Above the rear differential, behind fuel tank. --- Follow the fuel line and you will probably find the fuel filter on the firewall behind the motor. Educated guess on this one, havn't seen an 87 Supra in a long time
The Toyota Prius is probably your most affordable electric car. It may not have the lowest sticker price but it does get the best mileage will help you with long-term savings.
The 2004 Toyota Sienna is 16 ft. 8 in. (200 in.) long.
The 2002 Toyota 4Runner is 15 ft. 3.3 in. (183.3 in.) long.
The 2008 Toyota Matrix is 14 ft. 3.3 in. (171.3 in.) long.
The 2003 Toyota Matrix is 14 ft. 3.3 in. (171.3 in.) long.
The 2010 Toyota Prius is 14 ft. 7.6 in. (175.6 in.) long.
The 2011 Toyota Highlander is 15 ft. 8.4 in. (188.4 in.) long.
The 2002 Toyota Sienna is 16 ft. 2.2 in. (194.2 in.) long.
The 2001 Toyota 4Runner is 15 ft. 3.3 in. (183.3 in.) long.
The 2011 Toyota Tacoma is 15 ft. 10.4 in. (190.4 in.) long.