Hi friends i have 2006 honda civic im facing very high fuel consumption problem

Asked by Oct 09, 2013 at 07:09 AM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Simple tune-ups help fuel economy. They're not too expensive and usually pay for themselves if you're planning on keeping the car a while.

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Make sure you are up on your maintenance- like BJ says, above- then you can address some possible mechanical problems like timing is off, injectors are bad, etc. do you smell gas under the hood or do you see any gas leaks?

Ill try to do some tune ups & about the gas smell no i dont smell any gas neither gas leaks but one mechanic said maybe something wrong with injector but truly i dont wanna messup with making sure ill let u guys know after tuneups tnx a lot guys

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