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I have a 2005 Aonda accord and the fuel consumption is too high what is the cause and the solution to handle it.

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I've come across some with engines that needed a tune up, but in some cases it's the automatic transmission that is not working correctly causing bad fuel economy. What do you think is the problem in yours?

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SOURCE: i have a 2005 honda accord and the fuel consumption is too high what is the cause and the solution to handle it.

The first thing is to check for fuel leaks and for restricted intake or exhaust and ensure the routine maintenance is up to date.

It is important to know what the current fuel consumption is in miles per gallon or km per litre. The modern trend of paying set amounts of money gives a wholly false impression of actual fuel consumption.

When checked accurately over a period and averaged to take account of different types of driving conditions, freezing temperatures and so forth, mostly the result is found to be not as bad as first imagined.

If all checks are found to be ok and the accurately checked consumption is still too high further checks will be needed.

A few possible faults are incorrect fuel pressures, bad injectors, incorrect valve timing, "tired" oxygen sensors, bad thermostat, "tired" temperature sensors...

Wheel alignment, tyre pressures and binding brakes can also be factors...

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I have a 2005 honda accord and the fuel consumption is too high what is the cause and the solution to handle it.


The first thing is to check for fuel leaks and for restricted intake or exhaust and ensure the routine maintenance is up to date.

It is important to know what the current fuel consumption is in miles per gallon or km per litre. The modern trend of paying set amounts of money gives a wholly false impression of actual fuel consumption.

When checked accurately over a period and averaged to take account of different types of driving conditions, freezing temperatures and so forth, mostly the result is found to be not as bad as first imagined.

If all checks are found to be ok and the accurately checked consumption is still too high further checks will be needed.

A few possible faults are incorrect fuel pressures, bad injectors, incorrect valve timing, "tired" oxygen sensors, bad thermostat, "tired" temperature sensors...

Wheel alignment, tyre pressures and binding brakes can also be factors...

Feb 20, 2017 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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Have high fuel consumption on my fiesta 1.4 fuel injection.11 lt/100km. car runs smooth.


high fuel consumption Petrus, sticking E brake, poor gas, tune up needed, lazy O2 sensor,
leaking injectors, driving habits, etc. all can cause more fuel consumption. Have it scanned to help determine cause.

Mar 30, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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When I fuel up my oil pressure goes up i.e. 1/2 tank of fuel over 80 on the oil guage at same time fuel consumption goes up drasticaly


Adding fuel to the fuel tank is absolutely unrelated to to any change in engine oil pressure.
The oil pressure will be higher when the engine oil is cooler and lower when the engine oil has warmed up.

If you are experiencing abnormally high oil pressure on start up I suspect you are running the incorrect type and grade of oil in the engine. Only use the oil specification(type and grade) listed by the manufacturer for your engine and nothing else.. If you are unsure what that is then it is specified in your owners manual for the vehicle.

High fuel consumption has also nothing to do with your engine oil pressure. If you are experiencing high fuel consumption then please read and examine these factors..........................
Finding and Fixing the Causes of Poor MPG

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My honda accord 2003 has a mileage of over 75k.i just got it second hand and its fuel consumption is very high.i was told a sensor might be failing but when the 2 sensors were checked, they seemed to be...


Is there a smell of gasoline? My 95 accord had two spark plugs that failed or at least not firing correctly. Change plugs back to old plugs and the problem disappeared.

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I have a problem with the consumption of fuel in my fx35 2005


fuel consumption higher driving in the city because you are stopping and accelerating causing more fuel get car in motion.to help fuel consumption problem some, replace air filter,keep check on tire pressure.low tire pressure will cause fuel consumption.

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2240 code on honda accord 2000


P2240 HONDA - Front Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Bank 2 Sensor 1 IP Line High Voltage.
Symptoms - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
- High Fuel Consumption
- Excessive Smoke from Exhaust Possible causes - Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Bank 2 harness is open or shorted
- Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Bank 2 circuit poor electrical connection
- Faulty Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Bank 2
- Inappropriate fuel pressure
- Faulty fuel injectors
- Intake air leaks may be faulty
- Exhaust gas leaks

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High c0nsumption fuel and how to low consumption to prevent low cost


A LOT OF FUEL CONSUMPTION CAUSED BY LOW TIRE PRESSURE, CLOGGED AIR FILTER AND CLOGGED FUEL INJECTORS.A LOT OF SHORT STOPS , FAST DRIVING.IF YOU LIVE IN THE CITY YOU WILL STOP AND GO A LOT MAKING SHORT STOPS WHICH WILL CAUSE A LOT OF FUEL CONSUMPTION.

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What are the possible causes of High Fuel Consumption in Honda Accord 94 UK


I've come across some with engines that needed a tune up, but in some cases it's the automatic transmission that is not working correctly causing bad fuel economy. What do you think is the problem in yours?

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Exhaust Emissions Sky High on 1998 306 1.9 TDI also lacks power but no smoke emitting from exhaust


could be anything best bet change catalytic convertor could cause loss of power car not breathing properly poor acceleration,fuel consumption,hesitation etc..

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