20 Most Recent
Questions & Answers
One thing with diesels they do not like short trips and what I mean by short trips the vehicle needs to be started idle and driven for a minimal of 40 minutes 4 engine to fully heat up to prevent excess carbon build-up and if it has a lot of miles on it you are exhaust could be getting plugged up or restricted especially if it has a a catalytic converter on it if it's plugged up with suit you will get bad fuel mileage much same thing with your air intake a dirty air filter can rob you of power and fuel efficiency same thing on the exhaust side if a diesel can't breathe then it will gobble up more fuel then it needs and diesels need to have fuel treatment / injector cleaner that is meant for diesels ran through them at least every third fill up to prevent the injectors from getting clogged which will damage fuel efficiency and help prevent burning holes in your Pistons which is true with any injector gas or diesel and from my Google search of your vehicle the 3.2 L sized engine gets about the fuel mileage that you say you're getting if it's the 2.2 it should be getting 20 two 25 City and 38 to 40 Highway
2007 Land Rover...
on Oct 06, 2017
Not finding what you are looking for?