fuel use problems

Asked by Jul 26, 2012 at 08:24 AM about the 2000 Honda CR-V SE AWD

Question type: General

my Honda crv RDI of 1997 is consuming  more fuel per km (7km per liter) what is the problem and how to correct  it

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You might be looking at replacing the O2 sensor, fuel consumption goes up quite a bit when it fails but it does normally come with a warning (or check engine) light.

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do a tune up...spark plugs, spark plug wires, air filter, PCV valve fuel filter and an oil change...

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MAS sensors, gone. That sensor tells the computer how much air is going thru your intake. When the sensor fails, in signals lots and lots of air. So the computer, gives alot more fuel to keep the mix good.

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Crv 2000 sucking in air

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