Be sure to replace the O2 sensor. That's a big one especially if it's high miles and has never been changed. Answer Things to check/try in order to improve fuel mileage on almost any vehicle: 1) Tire Pressures. Are tire pressures no lower than manufacturer recommendation? Remember to check tire pressure in the morning (when cold), and that a 10 degree (Fahrenheit) drop in outside air temperature will decrease tire pressure by about 1 psi. Also, some tires, especially older ones, may "leak" up to 1 psi per month. If pressures are too low, try to visit a station near home, and put in 3 or 4 more psi than you want - after a few hours or next morning, check pressures and bleed any extra pressure. Why: tires may read 3 or 4 psi higher after a few miles' use vs when cold. 2) Alignment. May need alignment. Can't really tell without putting it on an alignment rack, unless it's pretty bad, in which case you may see uneven wear (especially on front tires). 3) Brakes. One or more brakes may be sticking (especially front). I've had this happen on BOTH our vehicles. 4) Bearings. One or more wheel bearings may be binding/failing (unlikely, but possible). 5) Oil. Are you using 5W30 oil in cold weather and 5W30 or 10W30 in hot weather? Changing oil AND FILTER regularly (at least as often as manual says)? 5) Vacuum hoses. Check that all vacuum hoses are secured and intact. 6) PCV. Replace PCV valve (as you face engine from front, it's way in the back left corner, almost as far as you can reach; narrow space so it's a bit tedious to change, but no tools required - about $5). 7) Wires. Are ignition wires in good shape (ie, no cracks, etc.)? 8) Other. One or more engine accessories (alternator,pump, air conditioner, water pump, etc.) may be binding (unlikely but possible). 9) Heating and Air conditioning will have a lot on fuel consumption in addition to driving habits, city driving or highway driving. A big difference in fuel consumption when driving 60mph (~100kmph) and 80mph (~130kmph) on highways. Answer i would strongly suggest replacing the mass airflow sensor in this case. when they get dirty, the computer cant tell how much air is going into the intake, thus to the combustion chambers. so when it gets to the exhaust, the air fuel ratio sensors see alot of air. when these sensors see a lot of air (02), the computer holds the injectors open longer to compensate. this extra fuel adds up to loss of mpg!
to come to a concluson, to solve a problem.
The word error shows up in the mileage area of my car. Is that an electrical problem?
help my zafira is due mot but cant have 1 until my milage apears on my meter it just disapeared leaving only -------- and current mls i drive which can be reset no problem ????????????????
what is the current problem in killing any endangered animal? the same thing
You gain relevant insights from solving that one problem, and then you can use those insights to help guide you to the solution of the original problem.
current issue in human right
the garbage /the weather/ and the leader are the biggest problem
watts = current * volts current = watts / volts
The current problem with the Great Barrier reef is that the pollution is lilling the wildlife and harming the coral in the reef
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The original problem in Animal Farm is that Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm, treats the animals cruelly and they don't like it.
Usually the current 'answer' to a scientific problem would be called a theory. However when used in an experiment people refer to the current answer to a problem as the nul hypothesis and the new, to be tested, theory as the alternative hypothesis.
Relevance is a measure of how appropriate, is what you say for the momment you say it. To be relevant means: - Not to deviate from the original subject of the discussion. - Understand the current problem. - Communicate the appropriate solution to solve it, with the appropriate means.
Describe problem created by immigrant growth in 19th century
Yes you can, no problem at all.
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There is a 19% increase between 20 to 39. This is a math problem.
There is more current flowing and the wire can not flow that much current.
If you put in a T-stat that's too low, the computer will think the engine hasn't warmed up and it will command a richer air fuel mixture. That will reduce your gas mileage. It's never a good idea to use a T-stat that's different from factory. If you have a cooling problem, fix the problem the right way. I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology.
The problem is in what that gas does, or can do when left to accumulate in the atmosphere.
You can comfort her, and advise her on what to do. Advice could be help and how to avoid her current problem.
Not much. The Sienna is rated at 18 city 24 highway, which is actually pretty good for a minivan. If you are getting way less than this, then you have a problem somewhere. You may need a tuneup, as in new plugs & wires. If you are within this range then your vehicle is doing OK. Make sure the tires are at the proper PSI as outlined in your owners manual. A clean air filter is a must, and a properly running engine. Drive for mileage, as in slow take off and driving close to the speed limit. Other than that, there is no magic device to increase mileage. There are many snake oil products out there that claim to increase mileage. They do not work, so don't fall for the hype.
I am not familiar with a multiplex, but if you are referring to the instrument cluster then yes the computer will store your mileage. If it is the speed sensor that is the problem then no.
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