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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-18-2019, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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MPG on 1994 LS

Hello all. I have a 94 LS and have noticed that i don't get good gas mileage. So i did tune up, oil, air filter, plugs, psi check. After i drove with full tank and it was almost on empty, needle barely over E mark, i pumped full tank which was 9.5 gallons and only 205 miles of driving. Now integras tank holds 13.2 meaning that while almost on E, i had over 3.5 gallons left? Could that be right? Any in sights will be appreciated.
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evap system might be plugged up stopping the pump early. typically happens over time from topping of your tank or poor fuel grade.

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I was experiencing a similar issue recently and new o2 sensors fixed my problem after everything else was replaced.

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I think the reason he is seeing lower MPG is due to the tank not being full throwing off his calculation. TQN916, next time you are at the gas station try holding the gas filler up to see if that improves things.

Some more obscure things you could check for are:
large dents in the gas tank
try pulling the fill vent hose and verifying that it isn't plugged up
verify the fuel sender in tank isn't damaged (can be done with a voltmeter)
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